Jesse Werner Steudte, 21, before his court appearance in Southampton on Saturday morning, where he pleaded not guilty to driving while intoxicated charges after an accident in which a bicyclist was killed.
Call for ‘common sense,’ not Common Core
Dawn Dunn is opting her son, Logan Abdat, out of this week’s state math test. Logan is one of about 20 students at the Springs School who have refused to take this year’s English and math exams.
Green dream becomes a business plan, and a mission, for Montauk surfer
Kevin Ahearn Jr. showed a group of Ditch Plain regulars a fish-shaped prototype of a skateboard made from recycled drift nets.
Partner admits guilt in $118 million scheme
Montauk effort smaller than hoped; town or county must handle maintenance
Steve Kalimnios of the Royal Atlantic motel speaking at the April 22 meeting
John Huber, an attorney representing P.C. Schenck and Sons in its application to install AT&T antennas and ground-based equipment cabinets, addressed the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone, center, and County Legislator Jay Schneiderman spoke with a group of Montauk residents and business owners on Wednesday during a daylong visit to the East End.
East Hampton Town revenue bucked upward trend
Rebuilt beach not viable in short term, feds say
Steve Couch, at rear, and Anthony Ciorra of the Army Corps of Engineers and Sue McCormick of the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation laid out plans for the downtown Montauk beachfront.