Fund extended to 2050, 20 percent for H2O
Lines to vote at the East Hampton Emergency Services Building were out the door and into the hallway at midday on Tuesday.
Court strikes down efforts to tamp aircraft noise
East Hampton Town’s 2015 laws restricting overnight takeoffs and landings at East Hampton Airport, and limiting noisy planes — an attempt to reduce the aircraft noise that generates complaints from across the East End — were struck down last week in federal court.
Big night for incumbents: LaValle, Thiele re-elected
Lee Zeldin, right, was easily re-elected to a second term in Congress on Tuesday, defeating his opponent, former Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst.
Photos by Durell Godfrey and Morgan McGivern
The Suffolk County Heath Department is not enforcing an Environmental Protection Agency mandate requiring the removal of large-capacity cesspools, one of which may be underground at the site of Arbor restaurant in Montauk.
Docked 30 days for ‘unauthorized work,’ ‘reckless conduct,’ he denies charges
The East Hampton Town Board voted to suspend Bill Taylor for 30 days without pay. He has pledged to fight charges.
Advocates field a flood of concerned calls
Nancy Nano of Noyac, who became a United States citizen in May, voted in her first U.S. presidential election on Tuesday.
From left, Rona Klopman, an active member of the East Hampton Democratic Committee, along with Betty Mazur, the committee's vice chairwoman, and Audrey Gaines, an East Hampton resident who heads the East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force, were among those who watched the election results at an East Hampton Democratic Committee gathering on Tuesday night at LTV Studios.
Anna Throne-Holst leaving her polling place in Noyac early Tuesday morning Durell Godfrey
Polls will be open until 9 p.m. Tuesday.