After losing a protracted legal battle, the children of the late John C. White Jr., a member of a Sagaponack farming family that dates back to the late 17th century, were forced to sell their father's farmhouse on Friday.
The Springs School Board recently adopted its proposed budget of approximately $28.9 million, an increase of $760,610 from this year, which represents a 2.98-percent state cap-compliant tax increase.
The impending arrival of new luxury retailers, a reshuffling of existing shops, renovations, and a few vacant storefronts have left East Hampton Village’s business district in flux as the summer season approaches.
The South Fork is contracting and expanding at the same time. Its land volume is slowly shrinking as the seas warm up, and sea level rise pushes farther and farther inland with each tropical storm or northeaster.
Francis J. Kiernan Sr., known better as Coach or Fran — a World War II veteran and longtime East Hampton High School athletic director and championship-winning coach — died at home in Boynton Beach, Fla., on April 13. He was 107.
Charles Limonius, who has owned the shop since 1960, said it will no longer sell cut flowers or arrangements designed by his wife, Heidi Limonius.
Kyle Lynch pleaded guilty in Suffolk County Court in Riverside on Friday to eight charges, including six felonies.
A $24 million project to replace a stone seawall protecting the Montauk Point Lighthouse will go forward, according to the office of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.