Village may say plug it in or turn it off
Push for Medal of Honor for Cpl. Jordan Haerter
Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter was killed in Iraq in 2008.
Zoning board has high hopes for ‘soft solution’ at former Ditch Plain motel
Richard A. Hammer, left, an attorney for the new owners of the East Deck motel property, held a bag of sand he said was similar to what will be used for a dune or berm on the ocean-facing side of the property. With him was Billy Mack of the First Coastal Corporation, which will be doing the work.
Residents of East Hampton Village are stepping up opposition to PSEG Long Island’s upgrade of its transmission system, which involves taller poles and higher-voltage transmission lines.
Lily Baron helped a business partner open a teashop in Kasese, Uganda, from afar as part of her senior project at the Ross School.
Joe Ando-Hirsh recently built a wind fan that powers a water purification system. Inspired while on a trip to the Galapagos Islands, the Ross School senior hopes his project might provide rural dwellers with access to clean drinking water. Morgan McGivern
A 7-Eleven store is planned for this Montauk Highway, Amagansett, building just east of the I.G.A. A building permit was issued last week for interior renovations.
David E. Rattray
Highway departments plan their strategies in face of continued heavy snows
The road crews sanding, salting, and plowing in East Hampton Town and Village are bearing up under a very busy winter so far.
Neighbors decry taller poles and powerful lines