Here's a round-up of local news for Oct. 16 to Oct. 22, with links leading you to the full stories.
HAMPTONS FILM FEST: The 19th annual Hamptons International Film Festival concluded Monday. Click here to read all of Patch's coverage, including reviews, director interviews, party photos and more.
NORTH SEA DAY CAMP HEARING: Residents of North Sea near Little Fresh Pond and other concerned with the health of the water body and noise and traffic in the area filled the Southampton Town Hall board room Monday for The opponents of New York State Democratic Committee Jay Jacobs' plan overflowed and many had to stay in the hallway during the hearing before the zoning board of appeals.
PARRISH CLOSER TO COMPLETION: show the progress of the new Parrish Art Museum, which is expected to open in fall 2012.
BELLONE ENDORSES PECONIC TRANSPORATION AUTHORITY: Steve Bellone, the Democratic Supervisor of Babylon Town and a candidate for Suffolk County executive, during a press conference at the Southampton LIRR station Monday.
OCCUPY THE HAMPTONS: The Hamptons offshoot of the Occupy Wall Street movement had .
TOWN ELECTION DEBATE: Town board candidates during a in Hampton Bays. They also discused . You can also catch the supervisor candidates' .
PULVER PURCHASE PASSES: Bridgehampton Fire District voters adjacent to the 138-20 on Tuesday night. Now that the referendum has passed, the fire district will take out a 15-year bond. With a 3.5 percent interest rate, the cost to the taxpayers will be $25.69 per year per $1 million in assessed value.
BAYKEEPER LAUNCHES BULK HEAD BATTLE: Long Island ocean-front homeowners are building bulkheads and jetties to stop violent storm surges from wiping out their property. But environmentalist .
BOY STABBED IN BRIDGEHAMPTON: An 11th grade student from was in Bridgehampton early in the morning on Oct. 16, said.