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  1. Trail blazers: Following in Southampton's settlers' footstepsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Newsday

    The first English settlers on Long Island landed near Conscience Point in June 1640. They migrated about five miles south and settled in what was later called Southampton.

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  2. Officials compare notes on creating regional high school on East EndRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Newsday

    South Fork school officials are exploring the formation of a regional or central high school for some of the tiny districts that dot the East End. Five school leaders, state representatives and other officials converged Thursday at the Tuckahoe School to discuss the idea, viewed as a possible solution to small districts grappling with rising costs and the state-mandated 2 percent tax cap.

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  3. High-speed ferry service is latest Hamptons travel optionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Newsday

    Two ferry companies and a bus service are joining forces to offer new travel options to the Hamptons that do not require a helicopter flight or a slog on the Long Island Expressway. Starting Friday, New Jersey-based Seastreak plans to run high-speed catamarans to Port Jefferson from Manhattan and Highlands, New Jersey.

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  4. Harbor in Montauk hosts performances Saturday, May 23,Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Newsday

    Harbor in Montauk hosts performances Saturday, May 23, 2015 after 7 p.m. by singer Miss Velvet and classic hip-hop star Ja Rule. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Lisa Maree Williams Harbor in Montauk hosts performances Saturday, May 23, 2015 after 7 p.m. by singer Miss Velvet and classic hip-hop star Ja Rule.

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  5. Residents angry over traffic circle delaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Newsday

    East End residents are angry over a delay in the reconstruction of a busy traffic circle that they say is critical to the revitalization of their community. The Riverside traffic circle is located in Southampton just south of the Peconic River.

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  6. Manhattan restaurant Beautique set to open offshoot in SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Newsday

    The doors of the new Beautique restaurant is Southampton are expected to open May 22. May 2015 Photo Credit: Newsday / Peter M. Gianotti Beautique, the much-anticipated Hamptons offshoot of the posh Manhattan magnet for boldface staples and the young moneyed, is slated to open May 22 at Southampton's Hotel Capri, which is owned by celebrity lawyer Mark Geragos. A stop-work order was lifted Tuesday, allowing renovations to be completed at the site, said Edward D. Burke Jr., the Sag Harbor attorney representing Beautique.

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  7. Sag Harbor school districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Newsday

    The district proposes a $37,552,566 budget for 2015-16, a 1.85 percent increase from the current $36,869,503. The local tax levy would rise 2.49 percent, from $33,223,918 to $34,050,000.

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  8. Southampton school districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Newsday

    The district proposes a $65,103,073 budget for 2015-16, a 4.62 percent increase from the current $62,228,698. The local tax levy would increase 3.69 percent, from $50,737,842 to $52,608,247.

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  9. Former Southampton Conservative leader James Malone won't seek District Court judgeshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Newsday

    Former Southampton councilman and town Conservative Party leader James Malone, who faces a civil judgment after locking a contractor in the county clerk's office in 2011, won't run for a District Court judgeship, according to political party leaders. Islip Republican chairman Frank Tantone said Malone did not screen on April 30 with the Republican committee for a District Court position.

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  10. The Hamptons by bikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Newsday

    With its closely clustered beaches and hamlets - and just the gentlest of hills - the Hamptons are ideal for exploring by bicycle. Pedal-powered sightseeing also has the advantage of bypassing the traffic that clogs the East End every summer.

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  11. Hampton Jitney diversifies service beyond its seasonal tripsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Newsday

    Andrew Lynch, vice president of Hampton Jitney, left, and his brother Geoffrey Lynch, president, at the company's Southampton headquarters on April 15, 2015. Photo Credit: Randee Daddona Andrew Lynch, vice president of Hampton Jitney, left, and his brother Geoffrey Lynch, president, at the company's Southampton headquarters on April 15, 2015.

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  12. DEC: Temporary shellfish ban in some Southampton Town watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Newsday

    A biotoxin found in marine life off Southampton Town has prompted state officials to temporarily shut down harvesting of shellfish and meat-eating gastropods on 3,900 acres of water. The temporary closure, effective Thursday, affects Shinnecock Bay west of the southbound lanes of the Ponquogue Bridge and east of the western side of the Post Lane Bridge in Quogue, said the state Department... A biotoxin found in marine life off Southampton Town has prompted state officials to temporarily shut down harvesting of shellfish and meat-eating gastropods on 3,900 acres of water.

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  13. Brentwood's Michael Almonacy to play for Stony BrookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Newsday

    Brentwood guard Michael Almonacy shoots a free throw in overtime against Southampton in the Suffolk boys basketball overall final on Friday, March 6, 2015. Photo Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke Brentwood guard Michael Almonacy shoots a free throw in overtime against Southampton in the Suffolk boys basketball overall final on Friday, March 6, 2015.

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  14. Riverside revitalization plan calls for more housing, Peconic River promenadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Newsday

    Renaissance Downtowns LLC has drafted a plan to revitalize Riverside, a hamlet in Southampton Town. Photo Credit: Renaissance Downtowns LLC A Plainview development company hopes to transform the most economically distressed part of the East End into a bustling, pedestrian-friendly gateway to the Hamptons.

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  15. Found photographs restore pages of history of Sag Harbor's EastvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Newsday

    Kathy Tucker, a co-founder and historian of the Eastville Community Historical Society, handles an album of 19th century tintypes of Sag Harbor residents at the society's office in Sag Harbor, April 10, 2015. Photo Credit: Gordon M. Grant Kathy Tucker, a co-founder and historian of the Eastville Community Historical Society, handles an album of 19th century tintypes of Sag Harbor residents at the society's office in Sag Harbor, April 10, 2015.

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  16. Sip 'n Soda diner is worth a Southampton stopRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Newsday

    If ever you're in the Hamptons and need a bite to eat, I recommend stopping at one of the best diners on Long Island, Sip 'n Soda in Southampton. The restaurant has been around since 1958, and I was lucky enough to talk with Mark Parash, the third generation to run the restaurant.

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  17. Judge rules for contractor in lawsuit against former Southampton councilmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | Newsday

    A state Supreme Court justice has ruled against former Southampton councilman and town Conservative Party leader James Malone in a lawsuit by a contractor who said Malone locked him in the Suffolk County clerk's office in 2011. Justice Mark Partnow, who sits in Brooklyn, on Wednesday found Malone liable for claims including false imprisonment and assault in a lawsuit brought by Anthony Prosano,... A state Supreme Court justice has ruled against former Southampton councilman and town Conservative Party leader James Malone in a lawsuit by a contractor who said Malone locked him in the Suffolk County clerk's office in 2011. 1 comment

  18. A visit to Flying Point Surf and Sport storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | Newsday

    Flying Point Surf and Sport is the place to go in the Hamptons for skate and surf gear. They have many stores from Greenport to Southampton, Bridgehampton to Sag Harbor.

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  19. Buddha Berry: a mother's healthy ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | Newsday

    Buddha Berry was created when Nancy Passaretti wanted to come up with a healthy alternative to the standard ice cream and yogurt shop her family visited. She started stocking her pantry with dark-chocolate-covered acai berries, nuts, chia seeds and quinoa.

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  20. Just Sayin': LIRR repair worst in 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | Newsday

    On a recent morning, I spent an hour and 40 minutes on the train trying to get to work in Manhattan. The Long Island Rail Road said there was a rail condition in the tunnel.

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