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11 hrs ago | Sag Harbor Online
It's become an annual tradition on the Avram Theater stage at Stony Brook Southampton - the presentation of a series of one act plays written by local high school students as the culmination of the university's Young Artists and Writers Project High School Playwriting Program.
Should America's 11 million illegal immigrants be offered a path to citizenship?
Do You Know the Constitution Better Than Most Politicians?
15 hrs ago | The East Hampton Star
On Monday this week I awoke - I won't say like Ebenezer Scrooge - to the awareness that the year was rushing to an end.
A write-in candidate ousted the incumbent commissioner and current chairman of the Bridgehampton Board of Fire Commissioners in Tuesday's election.
With signs pointing to commercial development coming down the pike and applications for horse farms appearing regularly on Southampton Town Planning Board agendas, on Monday, members of the Bridgehampton CAC discussed the need to brace themselves for what could be a busy season ahead.
Christine Epifania, executive director of Alternatives Counseling Services which presents the 2013 Kids Exploring Healthy Alternatives Conference at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse in Bridgehampton this Saturday.
A look back at the week's most read headlines: 1. Mass Casualties Avoided in Shinnecock Hills Fire, Town Officials Say The house at 18 Greenfield Road was cited by code enforcement for health and safety hazards, including 20 illegal tenants, some of whom lived in the basement.
Pictured above is Julie Klam, author of "Friendkeeping: A Field Guide to the People You Love, Hate, and Can't Live Without."
Want to meet Santa Claus? The Jolly Old Fellow will be making stops throughout town over the next few weeks.
"November is often our wettest m1onth of the year," but this November, we had less than two inches of rain, Richard G. Hendrickson wrote in his monthly weather report from Bridgehampton.
Thinking of getting a hamster or gerbil? Maybe a rabbit or a guinea pig? If so, you may want to stop in at the Amagansett Library on Saturday at 3:30 p.m., when Cornell Cooperative Extension educators visit with a variety of small animals kids might want as pets.
After finally getting a full offer on the $43.5 million, 12-bedroom Bridgehampton mansion known as Sandcastle, its developer, Joe Farrell, is taking it off the market, Gimme Shelter has learned.