Immigrant tensions in Hampton Bays follow changing demographics
When Ku Klux Klan recruitment pamphlets appeared in Hampton Bays this summer, they landed in one of the most ethnically diverse corners of the Hamptons, in a hamlet where immigrants from Central and South America have transformed schools, shops and residential streets over the past decade.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The East Hampton Star
East Hampton D.W.I. Sweep Snares Many
With 10 extra officers from law enforcement agencies across the East End on patrol, a sweep designed to snare driving while intoxicated suspects netted 11 arrests Saturday night into Sunday morning across East Hampton Town.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Fans fill the stands at Riverhead Raceway on Long Island
First comes the sounds of motors revving and tires shrieking. Then the smell of rubber on pavement on a hot August day.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
See how every Long Island school did on Common Core math and English test results
Residents of every school district on Long Island could find their own stories this week in math and English test results released by the New York State Department of Education on Thursday and detailed in a Newsday database.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
A Summer Wedding in the Sand in Quogue, New York
Anna Hoffman, 34, and Nick Confessore, 37, were introduced at a mutual friend's party in August 2011 as a summer thunderstorm rolled down the Atlantic coast.
Sag Harbor Online
The Art of Preserving History
John Griffin is more than just the man who will lead the Southampton Historical Museum's walking tour of the North Sea Burial Ground at 11 a.m. on Sunday, August 17-he's a living part of the site's history.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Orthodox Jews get long-sought eruv in Westhampton Beach
An Orthodox Jewish group has created an eruv in Westhampton Beach after six years of fighting opposition from village officials and neighbors, an attorney for the group said Friday.
Thu Aug 07, 2014