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Goodwater Farms Finds a New Home in Bridgehampton

Posted on 13 May 2015

After over a year of looking for land where he could expand, Brendan Davison, owner of Goodwater Farms, confirmed this week that his microgreen-growing operation would be moving to Bridgehampton this year and almost quadrupling in size.

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East Hampton Town Responds to Temporary Restraining Order; Regulations Scheduled to Begin Tuesday

Posted on 13 May 2015

A hearing in Central Islip on Monday morning will determine whether or not restrictions aimed at curbing a regional noise problem emanating from East Hampton Airport go into effect this Tuesday, May 19.

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Editorial: Sag Harbor School Board Endorsement

Posted on 13 May 2015

Unlike most school districts on Long Island, Sag Harbor has managed to stay below the state tax levy cap with relative ease, although even those on the board of education must admit that is not likely to last for many more budget seasons. It is for this season though, and Superintendent Katy Graves and business [...]

Sag Harbor School District Budget & Proposition for Repair Fund Up for Vote Next Tuesday

Posted on 13 May 2015

The Sag Harbor School District will ask voters to support a $37.5 million budget next Tuesday, May 19. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Pierson Middle High School gymnasium at  200 Jermain Avenue in Sag Harbor. The proposed budget carries a 1.85-percent spending increase of $826,082 and a [...]

Uncontested Race & Below Tax Cap Budget in Bridgehampton

Posted on 13 May 2015

Residents in the Bridgehampton School District have an uncontested board of education vote and a budget that falls below the state’s 2-percent tax cap on the property tax levy to weigh in on this Tuesday, May 19. The budget vote and board election will take place in the gymnasium of the school on Montauk Highway  [...]

Southampton Town Board to Demolish Dilapidated House in Bridgehampton

Posted on 13 May 2015

The Southampton Town Board agreed to demolish a dangerous and dilapidated house on Sawasett Avenue in Bridgehampton on Tuesday.

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Pierson Students Nab Teeny Award Nominations

Posted on 12 May 2015

On Friday, East End Arts unveiled its 2015 Teeny Awards Nominees with Pierson High School productions earning a number of nods, along with the Ross School. East End Arts judges attended productions at 16 East End high schools. The Teeny Awards, conceived from the idea of the Antoinette Perry Awards – The Tony Awards – [...]

Three Days of Repaving Work for Noyac Road

Posted on 11 May 2015

Those who use Noyac Road on their daily commutes should try alternate routes for the next few days, Southampton Town Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor said on Monday.

A Camp That Lets Kids Be Themselves…Even if it Means Wearing a Dress

Posted on 11 May 2015

When Bruce Jenner appeared on 20/20 to talk about his transition from male to female, he transformed an issue that had largely been considered a joke into a serious discussion. For many, gender fluidity and transgenderism is seen as the last frontier in the pursuit of equal rights in this country — and for Sag Harbor photographer Lindsay Morris, it’s an issue whose time has come. Her new book, “You Are You,” documents a camp where gender-nonconforming children are allowed and encouraged to be themselves.

Falling Sheetrock Crushes Customer at Supply Yard

Posted on 08 May 2015

A customer was reportedly crushed by falling stacks of sheetrock at a Riverhead Building Supply warehouse on the corner of Cove Hollow Road and Route 114 on Friday morning.