With bags in hand, volunteers pitched in for the Great Montauk Cleanup last year. This year's cleanup effort is on Saturday.
Annual report cites density, inadequate septic
Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University presented a largely positive assessment of East Hampton’s waterways to the town trustees on Monday.
Goal of $25,000 for Doctors Without Borders
Town Pond to get pollution-filtering plantings
Contingencies eliminated and salaries sliced as school strives to meet tax cap
From left, Tim Frazier and Liz Mendelman, the Springs School Board vice president and president, both voted to adopt the proposed 2016-17 budget after John J. Finello, the superintendent, and Carl O. Fraser, the interim business administrator, briefed the board on Monday.
Firefighter doing well after airlift; wheelchair-bound woman flees burning house
Though major damage was confined to the basement, a Water Mill house is uninhabitable after a fire there on Friday caused structural damage to the floors and an exterior wall.
Voters cast presidential primary ballots at the Springs Firehouse on Tuesday. Here in the First Congressional District, Republicans supported Donald Trump by a wider margin than elsewhere in the state; while Hillary Clinton's victory in the Democratic contest was narrower than elsewhere in New York.
Eddie Downes, who has answered more than 11,000 calls in his 29 years with the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps, was named member of the year for 2015. Morgan McGivern #98 - East Hampton Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen has submitted his resume as a candidate for chief of the Southampton Town Police Department.
Taylor K. Vecsey