Patch also has hyperlocal news sites in Hampton Bays, East Hampton and Riverhead. Here is a roundup of some stories from the past week in Southampton's neighboring towns.
In East Hampton:
East Hampton Town Police say . Police said Aaron A. Liniarski, 37, of Montauk admitted to taking out the gun on Main Street.
An excavation contractor is after he did not receive a contract after bidding $66,000 to buy sand from Georgica Pond.
The Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee wants the East Hampton Town Board to at Ocean View Farm in August.
In Hampton Bays and Westhampton:
Starting Sunday, at the . The shelter is assisting several shelters in Georgia find homes for the puppies.
The East End Eruv Association announced that it has , including Southampton Town, over the eruv controversy. The association claims its constitutional and civil rights have been violated.
New plans are in the works for Gabreski Airport. There is a 40-year lease in place for the site to create a technology park, including more than 430,000 square feet of construction that's planned to start this year. Check out some to the project.
A homeless woman, who police say beat and robbed an 84-year-old woman in the Glenwood Springs Mobile Home Park on New Year's Day, .
The Riverhead School Board . While its not clear exactly why he has been terminated, Michael Ivanoff has said he would sue the school district. He is alleging that Superintendent Nancy Carney dismissed him based on his age.
Following a public outcry after a dog was euthanized at the Riverhead Town Shelter, the .