Editorials

The goal is to help places like Main Street, Amagansett, remain unique and intriguing to visitors, and keep jobs and profits in the community

It is worth reflecting back on what might have been

Town law carefully sets out limits on what can and cannot be done on residential properties

Hurricane Sandy can be credited with spurring interest at the federal and state level in long-term thinking

Montauk has become the front line in this fight

The move is not entirely unexpected, and appears justified, at least for the coming year.

School officials here would be the first to admit that there is a crisis under way

East Hampton Town beaches are among the very few on Long Island where open drinking of alcoholic beverages is tolerated

Before accepting a gift with a value that could run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, the East Hampton Town Board should know whom they are dealing with

Airbnb, Homeaway, VRBO, and other short-term-rental services have become ubiquitous in places like New York City — and the Hamptons