Riverhead Foundation: Washed Up Dolphin Had Pneumonia
A dolphin that washed up in Hampton Bays on Thursday died of pneumonia.
According to the Riverhead Foundation, while initial findings from the necropsy on the female common dolphin indicate pneumonia killed it, the foundation is awaiting results of a test that will determine if the dolphin also had the morbillivirus.
Conservative Primary Candidates Answer Questions; Lay Out Vision for Southampton
To help readers get to know the candidates, Patch asked each of them five questions. Find out what they had to say in their own words.
Still Time to Register: Annual Over the Bridge Run
According to the Hampton Bays Lions Club, which is hosting the run, there is a little over a week left to pre-register for the run.
The Lions Club said the race, which is the fourth leg of the Greater Westhampton Race Series and raises money for Lions Club programs, proved to be a success the last several years with over 500 runners last September.Theft Of Landscape Lights Causes 3K In Damages
Find a round-up of top crimes reported to the Southampton Police Department this week.
National Grid Upgrading East End Homes Through Fall
National Grid is seeking the public’s cooperation during its effort to upgrade the gas lines that service homes on both the north and south forks this fall.
Support Available For Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Nine years ago, the town created a support group for these grandparents.
The group, made up of a steady 8 members, helps grandparents discover resources such as health care, financial assistance, or legal advice.
Three Men in Canoe Rescued; 1 Sent to Hospital
A canoe that overturned in Tiana Bay on Thursday morning sent one to the hospital, according to Southampton Police.
Police said they received a call at 8:30 a.m. that a canoe flipped about 100 yards off the shoreline — the canoe's occupants were in the water.
Man Busted For DWI, Nearly Hits Pedestrian
Find out who the Southampton Police Department arrested over the past week.
NOAA Predicts Dangerous Hurricane Season
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is still predicting an overly active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season with a 70 percent chance of major storms impacting the Northeast.
Performing Arts Center Releases Fall Schedule
Find out what the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center will feature on its main stage this fall.
Fire Marshal: Homeowner Faces Fines After Fire
The owner of a home at 7 Lincoln Street is facing fines after his home caught fire, sending two to the hospital on July 7.
DEC: Shellfishing Closed in Southampton Waterways
Tuesday's heavy rains have forced the Department of Environmental Conservation to temporarily close shellfishing in Southampton waterways.
LIPA Rates on the Rise
Long Island Power Authority rates are rising by about 4 percent in September.
The power authority pinned the second summer increase on higher energy costs and peak-season usage.
Southampton Police Back Online After Lightning Strike
Southampton Town Police Chief Robert Pearce said that all systems are back online now after lightning struck a communications tower at the headquarters in Hampton Bays on Tuesday morning.
Westhampton Beach Police Log: Rogers Avenue Burglary
Find out who the Westhampton Beach Police Department charged this past week.
Westhampton Beach Teen Distributes School Supplies to Needy
Ariana DeMattei, a Westhampton Beach Middle School student, knew her goal to fill 150 backpacks with school supplies for area elementary school students in need by the start of the school year was not going to be easy. But, last week, she reached her goal.
On Monday, DeMattei, distributed the supplies she collected and purchased through fundraisers to 130 local students.
Hampton Theatre Company Announces 29th Season
The Hampton Theatre Company, located in Quogue, has released its 29th season schedule, which runs through June 2013.