Man Installs Deer Fence On Historic Southampton Burial GroundsA LI homeowner is facing potential trespassing charges, fines after installing a deer fence on the grounds of a historic cemetery.
2 Long Island Day Care Center Workers Accused Of Abusing ChildrenSouthampton Town police arrested 33-year-old Kathleen Culver and 23-year-old Sarah Dawber on Friday.
Fire Destroys Southampton Mansion; Residents SafeThere were reports, however, of some firefighters being treated for smoke inhalation and elevated blood pressure.
Southampton Plans Museum At Site Of Torn Down Home Of Freed SlaveAs Southampton celebrates its 375th birthday, it is acknowledging the difficult chapters of slavery in its past
Long Island Designer Consignment Shops Targeted By Thieves With High-End TasteThe value of the stolen merchandise adds up to nearly $100,000.
Southampton Seeks Public's Help To Fatten Up Starving DucksSouthampton Town officials say the harsh winter has incapacitated the fowl.
Two Injured In House Explosion In The HamptonsThe house at Old Country Road and Montauk Highway was being demolished when it exploded at around 2:15 p.m., according to Southampton police.
Suffolk County Continues To Dig Out Following Massive StormSnow is still piled as high as street signs on snowy Long Island as residents continue to dig out from the storm.
Suffolk County Digging Out From Storm That Dumped 2 Feet Of SnowGov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that about 500 pieces of equipment, plows, dump trucks, front end loaders, are on their way to Suffolk County from New York City and the mid-Hudson Valley.
Southampton Officials Develop New Plan For Addressing Deer ProblemThe plan would open more land for hunting, but also use deer contraceptives -- shot by dart guns or ingested -- to prevent pregnancy.
Hamptons Residents Shocked After Finding Ku Klux Klan PamphletsSome homeowners in the Hamptons are puzzled and angry after finding recruitment pamphlets for the Ku Klux Klan at their homes.
Dangerous Blue-Green Algae Turn Long Island Waterways ToxicOut of control algae have become a serious problem in Suffolk County, and experts said the build-up has turned some of the waterways toxic.