Week in Review: Conservative Primary Results Pending

Also: Sag Harbor Village website hacked.

Check out the headlines from the past week. 

Conservative Primary Candidates Wait For Word On Final Results

Candidates vying in Tuesday's Conservative primary election will have to wait until at least Thursday for results, according the Suffolk County Board of Elections. 

2. Sag Harbor Village Notifies FBI about Government Website Hacking

Sag Harbor Village police have notified federal authorities, as well as the county, to investigate thehacking of the village government's website on the eve of the 12th anniversary of 9/11. 

3. No Decision Yet on Sagaponack Village Police Force

Officials in Sagaponack delayed a vote on whether to form a police department in the village. 

Fire District Selling 6,000-Square-Foot Property for Under 1 Million

A property, south of the highway in Wainscott that's less than a quarter of an acre in size, is up for grabs. The owner, the Bridgehampton Fire District, won't accept anything less than $925,000. 

5. Red Sox To Unveil Carl Yastrzemski Statue at Fenway Park

Bridgehampton native Carl Yastrzemski will be immortalized in a statue at Fenway Park that will be unveiled later this moth. The Boston Red Sox are honoring Yastrzemski with a statue capturing the moment where he tipped his helmet to fans before his final at-bat, ending his 23-year career with the team, on Oct. 2, 1983.

Hazel Wilkonson the First September 14, 2013 at 07:23 PM
Wow. Is there anything sadder than the Conservative party? Phil Keith is a bigoted pig and Libda Kabot needs to find a new career
muskrat September 14, 2013 at 11:27 PM
Local conservatives are indeed a sad bunch - party leader Town Board member Jim Malone is a prime example. I'll be glad to see him go as he did nothing for us. He was working full time for the county and double dipping out here. Good riddance. Linda Kabot, on the other hand, has always been a hard worker and a fair person. I wouldn't mind seeing her come back. Anna Throne Holst has sold out to the special interests. It's time for her to go too.


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