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    Long Island Wine & Liquor Stores - Where to Buy Wine &...

    If you are a connoisseur of fine wines and liquors, there are many shops to meet your needs. The Hamptons is home to many great vineyards...

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    10 Sep, 2013

    Billionaire Leaves Scene of Hamptons Car Incident, Single Mom Left to Foot the Bill

    After plowing into a parked car in the Hamptons, billionaire Mort Zuckerman, the publisher of the New York Daily News and U.S. News & World Report left the scene. Now, the owner of the destroyed vehicle has been left to foot the bill. The...

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    11 Apr, 2013

    Erosion Remains A Hot Issue on the East End

    The commercial district of Montauk has long-been suffering from the effects of erosion, both in a natural sense and at the hands of Hurricane Sandy. While the east-end has seen its share of infighting and town-related difficulties in dealing with...

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    01 Jan, 2013

    Southampton Special Elections on Beach Erosion Set for February

    Following the Southampton Town Board’s unanimous approval of a massive beach re-nourishment project costing $26 million, a special election has been scheduled for February 2 for town residents from two special erosion districts to approve th...

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    25 Jan, 2013

    A Push For Affordable Housing in the Hamptons

    The East Hampton Village Board recently voted to lift the parking disincentive on establishing second-story rental apartments in the village’s commercial districts. The board, realizing that it must provide affordable housing to see further...

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    13 Dec, 2012

    The Night Prowler Strikes Again In Montauk

    Quite literally like a thief in the night, the so-called Night Prowler has struck for the second time in Montauk, targeting unlocked parked cars and looking for money and other valuables. Reports of the mysterious criminal have apparently been...

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    23 Jan, 2013

    Federal Funds Sought For Montauk Beaches

    With $50.7 billion allotted for Hurricane Sandy relief Monday, representative Tim Bishop met with the Army Corp. of Engineers to discuss providing much-needed relief to the businesses and motels along the waterfront damaged or in need of aid due t...

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    31 Jan, 2013

    Great White Shark Spotted Touring the Hamptons

    A great white shark that has been tagged and named Mary Lee by OCEARCH, a Utah-based nonprofit organization, was spotted on Wednesday afternoon just 40 to 45 nautical miles off Montauk Point. There is no cause for alarm, according to Petty...

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    09 Apr, 2013

    Bizarre Trash Accumulates On Hamptons Power Lines

    The wooded region along Merchants Path and Townline Road appears to be a popular spot for locals to dump their trash. The area, which is the site of a popular bicycle and nature path, has been littered (no pun intended) with all kinds of strange...

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    26 Apr, 2013

    Well-Known Humpback Whale Washes Up on Shore in East Quogue

    To many East End residents, it was sad enough to see the body of a nearly 48-foot-long humpback whale washed ashore in East Quogue last Wednesday, but to marine biologists, it was the loss of one of the most famous humpbacks to be tracked and...

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    Town of Southampton

    Tourists and locals love Southampton for its clean beaches.  The Town of Southampton is located on the South Fork of Long Island in Suffolk County, New York.  This town, with its white sand beaches on the Atlantic Ocean, is a popular summer ...

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    Waterfront Restaurants on Long Island

    There is simply nothing better than unwinding at a waterfront restaurant after a day of fun in the sun – whether you’ve just returned from a leisurely day of boating or fishing, or enjoying one of Long Island’s gorgeous beaches. ...

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    Beaches in the Hamptons, Long Island

    An East Hampton Beach under a blue sky. Photo by Rebecca Dawn Hamilton via Flickr. Two icons of Long Island living—the Hamptons and summer fun on the beach—converge at multiple points along the East End.  Hitting the beach to soak ...

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    Town of East Hampton

    East Hampton is a popular destination for tourists. The Town of East Hampton is located on the southern shore of Long Island, with beautiful white sand beaches along the Atlantic Ocean in Suffolk County, New York.  There are two villages in ...

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    South Fork of Long Island

    Montauk Point is located at the edge of the South Fork. The South Fork, the eastrn portion of the South Shore of Long Island, encompasses the towns of East Hampton and most of Southampton, and begins where Long Island splits ...

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    22 Feb, 2013

    Coastal Erosion Recovery on the East End Impacted By Sand Shortage

    As reportedly previously, a severe sand shortage on the east end has impeded the post-Hurricane Sandy recovery effort, and in an act of desperation, the East Hampton Town committee on coastal erosion is seeking to import sand from western regions...

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    12 Jan, 2013

    Oscar Nominees Announced: Safe Bets And Dark Horses

    Awards season is upon us, folks, the 2013 Academy Awards are on the horizon and the nominees aren’t much of a surprise. Leading the pack with a slew of nominations is the biopic “Lincoln,” Steven Spielberg’s latest. The fil...

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    16 Feb, 2013

    East Hampton Hires New Administrator To Replace 30-Year Veteran

    Larry Cantwell, East Hampton Village Administrator, will be stepping down in May after around thirty years of service to the east-end community. Cantwell’s replacement was announced yesterday at a village board meeting, along with news of hi...

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    11 Jan, 2013

    East Hampton Town Police Honor Detective For Solving Child Abuse Case

    In true pulp detective novel fashion, East Hampton Town Police’s Tina Giles used her know-how and finely-tuned instincts to catch a man accused of over 70 counts of sexual misconduct with children. Some of the children related to the counts...

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    16 Feb, 2013

    Child Porn Suspect Out on Bail

    Jay Lockett Sears, a 73-year-old philanthropist and owner of the architectural firm Sears & Sears, shocked the West Hampton and Quogue communities last month when he was charged with possession of child pornography. Sears was released on bail...