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From mid-May through September dogs will have to be leashed at East Hampton Village beaches until they are at least 300 feet away from parking lots and road ends.
Motels reassure guests about the beach as reconstruction efforts continue
Workers installed a protective, sand-filled tube along the Montauk ocean shorefront on Thursday.
David E. Rattray
No GPS and one long island spelled trouble 35 years ago
Bryce Muir of Maine, Amazon’s captain, stood on the beach in front of the yacht after she ran aground just west of Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk on May 8, 1978.
Decry tighter rules for dogs on village beaches
A packed hearing room greeted the East Hampton Village Board of Trustees when the question of a leash law for dogs on the beach was to be discussed.
The all-day workshop was co-sponsored by the Montauk Chamber of Commerce and the Concerned Citizens of Montauk
Springs board ‘looking to give money back’
Employee was carrying holiday weekend's cash for a bank drop Saturday night
On Sunday, East Hampton Town Police continued their investigation into Saturday night's armed robbery in the back parking lot of the North Main Street I.G.A. in East Hampton.
Legislator opts out of East Hampton race in favor of a re-election bid
Former town fire marshals question document that justified 2009 raid
James Dunlop, retired East Hampton Town fire marshal, claims the third paragraph of this letter sent to Thomas Ferreira, a Montauk mechanic, was inserted without his knowledge. He says the paragraph contradicts his finding during an inspection in May of 2009 that Mr. Ferreira's Automotive Solutions in Montauk posed no threat to public health and safety.
Officials to ask Army Corps for $20 million