Patch also has hyperlocal news sites in Hampton Bays, East Hampton and Riverhead. If you'd like to know what's going on in neighboring towns, here is a roundup of some recent stories.
In Hampton Bays:
is fighting to save the Canoe Place Inn, a historic building in the hamlet that is being e by redevelopment.
, a member of Boy Scout Troop 483 in Hampton Bays, recently earned his Eagle, the highest award for a youth in Scouting. For his Eagle service project, Tureski oversaw the construction of five flag receptacles that were placed around town so residents can be sure their American flags will be retired in the proper manner.
team dominated Bishop McGann-Mercy with a 75-52 win Friday.
In East Hampton:
withdrew his application for Wainscott superintendent. The article includes a video of the current Oysterponds superintendent talking about his retirement.
visited East Hampton this past week to assess erosion damage.
an electrical fire related to Christmas lights at East Hampton Village Hall.
at Calverton National Cemetery on Saturday, 20 deceased veterans whose remains were unclaimed were laid to rest with a proper military burial.
has threatened to sue the school district, claiming his civil rights were violated, if the Riverhead School Board votes Tuesday to terminate him.
at the Riverhead Animal Shelter showed "great improvement" less than a week before he was put down.