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Owners indicted by U.S. Attorney's office after immigration raids at 14 stores on Long Island and in Virginia
A sign on the door of the Sag Harbor 7-Eleven Monday promised that it would reopen soon.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Montauk merchants, motel owners, cry foul
Ditch Plain beach in Montauk, summer 2008
The all-day workshop was co-sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk
Springs board ‘looking to give money back’
Employee was carrying holiday weekend's cash for a bank drop Saturday night
On Sunday, East Hampton Town Police continued their investigation into Saturday night's armed robbery in the back parking lot of the North Main Street I.G.A. in East Hampton.
Legislator opts out of East Hampton race in favor of a re-election bid
Former town fire marshals question document that justified 2009 raid
James Dunlop, retired East Hampton Town fire marshal, claims the third paragraph of this letter sent to Thomas Ferreira, a Montauk mechanic, was inserted without his knowledge. He says the paragraph contradicts his finding during an inspection in May of 2009 that Mr. Ferreira's Automotive Solutions in Montauk posed no threat to public health and safety.
Officials to ask Army Corps for $20 million
Some look to the west for interim beach fix
The idea of using sand from deposits in Georgica Pond, Northwest Harbor, Accabonac Harbor, and Napeague Harbor to rebuild the beach in the downtown Montauk was raised during a meeting of the town’s coastal erosion committee last week.
School reaches out to Spanish-speaking parents
Family and friends of David Hernandez gathered in October to draw attention to his suicide, which they said was brought about by bullying.