Each weekend, you can catch up on the Southampton news you may have missed over the past week. "Week in Review" is a round-up of local stories and events to keep you apprised of what's happening in your hometown each day.
A house on Inlet Road West in the Southampton Fire District in the morning and suffered heavy smoke and fire damage, according to a Southampton Fire Department spokesman.
Ambulance volunteers and others paid their last respects to during her funeral at Our Lady of Poland. Croke was a founding member of Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
after crashing into a tree in Tuckahoe, according to Southampton Town Police.
Reputed con woman Nydia Vega was related to allegedly defrauding East End businesses, including bilking some $27,000 worth of goods from Hildreth's in Southampton Village.
The had its monthly meeting and decided to plan .
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Assemblyman Fred Thiele spoke with Patch Wednesday about the .
, a 12-year-old North Haven resident, was laid to rest. Katy passed away following a battle with a rare liver cancer.
Though , it was still enough to impede afternoon traffic. It also created an opportunity to shoot a slide show of .
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, the now-retired superintendent of parks and recreation for Southampton Town, spoke with reporter Brian Bossetta recently to reflect on his retirement after 30 years of service to the parks department.
, a family of artists based in East Hampton, donated their time and talent over the summer to paint a beachscape mural in the Southampton Hospital basement that has lifted the spirits of staff and visitors.
winery in Bridgehampton has landed a deal to distribute their wine in Denmark.
opened a new art and furniture gallery in Water Mill recently, and arts reporter Pat Rogers spoke with him about the debut.
shared his New Year's resolutions — personal, professional and for the village.
In "," Beverly Jensen writes about getting over the winter blues that follow the holidays.
Henry Powderly reviews Peconic Bay Winery's 2007 'La Barrique' Chardonnay in "."
Sally Spanburgh previews in "." Spanburgh also gives creating roadside eyesores.
In "," Mary Cummings writes about John Scott, the man who declared himself the presidentf of Long Island.