On village force for 30 years, Larsen is 'interested in other opportunities'
In East Hampton Village, Chief Gerard Larsen oversees 25 officers, 17 dispatchers, and about 20 seasonal traffic control officers.
When the wedding he was set to attend in San Francisco was postponed, Tom McDonald of East Hampton booked a seat on a local charter boat out of Fisherman’s Wharf and caught three halibut between 36 and 38 inches long.
Montauk inlet options include Soundview groins, but many call for sand only
The Army Corps of Engineers has offered a number of options for building up and protecting the beach west of the Lake Montauk inlet.
This season’s theme at Lazy Point is Danger Island
Mark Wilson and Claudja Bicalho bring artwork and unusual finds from around the world to their shop, Lazy Point, which is reopening next to Ille Arts in Amagansett tomorrow.
New York State contest means more this time
In advance of New York’s presidential primary, Camille Perrottet and other supporters of Bernie Sanders gathered for a canvassing training session at Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor Saturday.
If Morpurgo house is not brought to code in 60 days, village can demolish it
The house formerly owned by the Morpurgo sisters, at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor, has fallen into fatal disrepair in the past year, leading Tom Preiato, the village building inspector, to recommend it be razed.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Foes and supporters clash in cyberspace
Paroled for felony D.W.I., caught behind wheel
Wayne B. Burling, 33, was one of the first residents of New York State to be hit with the lifetime ban by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Working with victims of trauma and sexual abuse
Mary Bromley, a psychotherapist who has worked on the South Fork for more than 30 years, was one of the founders of the Retreat, an agency for victims of domestic violence.