Here’s a look at some of the top stories that made headlines this week in and around your community
The Town of Southampton is considering a purchase of Neptune's Beach Club, a popular party spot since the 1960s.
Former Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot has won her battle for the Conservative Line, ousting the Conservative party's nominee for Southampton supervisor Phil Keith.
East Hampton Town Police Chief Edward V. Ecker Jr. recently informed the town board that he will retire at the end of December after nearly 32 years with the department.
A crowd of almost 300 filled the Southold Town Recreation Center Thursday night for a deer management forum organized to bring a multi-pronged approach to the escalating problem — demanding answers and pleading passionately for help.
After years of discussion, plans, and even a prayer vigil, members of the First Baptist Church of Riverhead turned out in force Thursday for a town board work session about proposed new zoning that could be used for their Family Community Life Center project.