Week in Review: Halloween Moves Off Main, Stabbing and Wrong Way Driver

Top headlines during the week of Sept. 24.

1. Police Nab Wrong-Way Driver on DWI Charge Friday After 911 Calls

One driver, among the many who called 911, recounts almost being hit head-on.

2. New Civic Cites Homeless Families as Tax Burden in School District

The newly-formed group, Concerned Citizens of Hampton Bays have released data that shows 2.8 percent of the Hampton Bays School District's student body is made up of kids that make their home at a hotel, motel or homeless shelter.

3. Chamber President: Hampton Bays Is Going Through An Identity Crisis

Stan Glinka believes Canoe Place Inn has the potential to change that.

4. Westhampton Beach Cops Investigating Stabbing

Westhampton Beach Village police are investigating a stabbing at a Montauk Highway restaurant that took place over the weekend.


For the first time since it started over a decade ago, the Westhampton Chamber of Commerce's annual Halloween parade and trick-or-treating event won't take place on Main Street.

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