Hampton Bays School District Demands $10.5-Million For Students In Transient HousingAre families illegally living year round in transient hotels, and sending their children to school tax-free?
Nearly 2,000 Unmarked Graves Of Colonial Settlers Discovered In Southampton, LIRoger Tollefsen and the Southampton Burying Grounds Committee wondered why one of New York's oldest colonial burial grounds had so few graves.
Woman Steals 2 Vehicles, Leads Police On 2 Chases, Escapes Once, N.Y. State Police SayA woman was arrested on Long Island Monday after a high-speed chase, only to escape and lead police on a second pursuit.
Legendary Long Island Golf Course Offers Big Payment To Resolve Road DisputeIt has hosted the U.S. Open four times in three different centuries, and counts the rich and famous among its members.
Police: Man Held On $2,000,000 Bail In Southampton Sex AssaultSouthampton Village police say Marvin Saul Siciliano-Nunez, 20, of Hampton Bays was charged with burglary and sexual abuse in the 8 a.m. Friday attack.
LI's Coopers Beach Named One Of The Best Beaches In AmericaOne of the Hamptons hottest summer destinations has joined the shoreside elite yet again in this year's annual best beach rankings from Dr. Beach.
Drivers Say New Regulations Will Put The Brakes On East End Uber ServiceSpring is in the air, and soon throngs of the rich and famous will flock to Long Island's East End.
Shinnecock Nation Approves Medical Marijuana Dispensary On Tribal LandThe Shinnecock Indian Nation has voted in overwhelming support of a proposed medical marijuana facility on its tribal land on Long Island's East End.
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