The former Southampton College, now run by the State University at Stony Brook, has an arts program, undergraduate and graduate courses in marine sciences and graduate and postgraduate degrees in health care technology and management on a 82-acre campus.
East Hampton Village officials are taking a second look at Ronald Perelman’s application to legalize the construction and alteration of multiple structures at the Creeks, his 58-acre estate on Georgica Pond, following the submission of new maps, surveys, drawings, and a landscape plan.
Deepwater Wind, the Rhode Island company that plans to construct the South Fork Wind Farm approximately 36 miles east of Montauk, has asked East Hampton Town for easements allowing it to land the offshore installation’s transmission cable at Beach Lane in Wainscott.
A federal district court judge has ruled that a lawsuit by environmentalists over the government’s handling of the potential sale of Plum Island can go forward
At last week’s East Hampton Village Board meeting, Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. declared that the “handwriting is on the wall” regarding the likelihood of legislation to rein in the use of leaf blowers.
There is a growing movement for states to bypass the federal government and enact policies consistent with the Paris Accord, under which nations pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with the goal of limiting an increase in the global average temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.
There was an air of sadness reverberating through the church, but Ms. Hanna urged the congregation, which included town, school, and community leaders, to focus on the joyful legacy of Dr. King, who fought to make America a more inclusive society.
A new building in a consolidated campus for East Hampton Town’s public offices took a step forward on Tuesday with a presentation to the town board by architects from L.K. McLean Associates of Brookhaven.


Mark Segal
Photos by Durell Godfrey
What’s clear from a visit to the Watermill Center is the unique and varied nature of its resources and an institutional commitment to making them available to a wider audience.


Too busy, too cold, too klutzy, or aesthetically challenged to get into a Christmas decorating groove? More like Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold than Martha Stewart?