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Week in Review: Changes on Main Street in Westhampton Beach

Top headlines during the week of Jan. 6.

Credit: Mustique
Credit: Mustique
Another news-packed week for the Westhampton-Hampton Bays community. Take a look at some of the stories that made headlines this week.

O'Suzanna Owner Retires; New 'Hampton House' To Open On Main

Nadine Hampton, owner of Mustique on Main Street in Westhampton Beach, has been a self-professed "fixture" on the village retail scene for over 30 years, since she started out scooping ice scream at 16.

And, now that Suzanne Marchisello, owner of O'Suzanna on Main Street for over 26 years, retired on Dec. 31, Hampton decided to expand her shop, Mustique, located right next door.

Beach Greenery To Close After 15 Years in Business

The store will be hosting a 70 percent off sale on weekends until all merchandise is sold.

Westhampton Library Earns Honor For Sandy Outreach

The Westhampton Free Library was granted the Outstanding Service to Libraries Award in recognition of its community service in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

250 Crashes in Suffolk After Slick Roads Have Police, Emergency Crews Scrambling

Police and emergency crews were jammed Friday as slick road conditions caused a high volume of car crashes, falls and emergencies.

Bail Reduced for Driver Involved in Hampton Bays Fatal Accident

Five days after a newspaper delivery woman was killed in Hampton Bays, the man accused of driving drunk and causing the accident remains behind bars on only a misdemeanor drunken driving charge.

Westhampton Village To Address 'Hazardous' Private Property

Village of Westhampton Beach Mayor Conrad Teller said the village will give a private property owner 30 days to repair downed fence sections along Oneck Lane or they will do it for him because of the safety hazards it causes.

Historical Society To Tackle Question: Why Does Canoe Place Matter

Amidst a controversial development project at the former Canoe Place Inn in Hampton Bays, a local group wants to show the town why the inn is so historically significant.

Photos: Shinnecock Bay, Frozen

The bay was a sheet of ice Wednesday morning.

Photo: Beaverdam Pond Freezes Over

A record-cold temperature and a dangerous wind chill left Beaverdam deserted and frozen this week.

Cops: Cab Driver Got Stiffed By Passengers In East Quogue

Find out what was reported to Southampton police this week.

Police Charge Center Moriches Man With DWAI By Drugs

Find out who was arrested by Southampton police this week.

Southampton Town Leaders Sworn In Monday

Supervisor says leaders in a position to move Southampton forward.

Search is On for Dog Who Escaped Accident that Killed Owner

The family of Donna Sartori is asking anyone with information about her beloved dog.

Hampton Bays Student Takes First in National Geographic Bee

Olivia Dimijian can now move on to the state level competition.

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