With grant to help, OLA aims to register new citizens
Volunteers with the Organizacion Latino-Americana of Long Island displayed a sign reading “your vote counts” in Spanish on Sunday during a voter recruitment drive at an athletic event.
Concentration of algae drops, but two trustees abstain from vote, urge caution
Following sustained low levels of blue-green algae, the East Hampton Town Trustees voted to reopen Georgica Pond to the harvesting of crabs and other marine life this week.
Owner hopes to swap apartment approval for food prep in the basement
The popular but cramped Damark’s Deli could soon be super-sized, according to plans being considered by the East Hampton Town Planning Board.
D.J., dancing promised in basement party spot
The basement of this Muir Boulevard, East Hampton, house was transformed into a nightclub complete with bar, disco lights, and live band performances, according to town officials, who got a court injunction on Friday to shut it down.
The captain of the Breakaway, Rick Etzel, saved a Manhattan man from drowning Sunday afternoon off Montauk Point. He was aided in the rescue by his mate, Ed Harrison.
The McCoy Bus Company and Montauk Student Transport have filed an Article 78 complaint against the Wainscott and Sag Harbor School Districts over a transportation agreement the two districts signed in April.
Families lined up before the morning bell on the first day of classes at the John M. Marshall Elementary School last year. This year, school starts on Sept. 7 in East Hampton.
Goal is to end noise and find a better use
Fed up with continued aircraft noise, two East End residents have formed a new group whose mission is to shut the airport down and put the land to a better use that will benefit the whole community.