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The screech of packing tape being stretched across the flaps of a cardboard box could be heard through the door of Kathryn Bermudez’s studio apartment in East Hampton on a recent Wednesday night.
Mid-Atlantic fishermen and their advocates told four members of Congress on Monday that inaccurate stock assessments needlessly limit their catch and endanger their livelihood.
On Dec. 1, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals held a public hearing that the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre would have appreciated.
Like many people around the holidays, Austin Handler and his family want to get into the true spirit of the season.
In the nine months since Camp SoulGrow received nonprofit status, more than 230 kids have taken advantage of its 127 free and low-cost programs.
Santa Claus is due to arrive soon, and children and adults alike who hope to find drones under the tree will have no restrictions on flying them in the Village of Sag Harbor, at least until after the new year.
In a fast turnaround, the two major parties have selected candidates for the upcoming special election in the Town of Southampton to fill the vacancy left by Brad Bender, who resigned late last month after pleading guilty to a drug-related charge.
The community has been invited to stop by the Wainscott studio Thursday and Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to tell their holiday-related stories.
Condemnation of the stretches of oceanfront known as Truck Beach, as well as a smaller area to the east, would represent a town attempt to end lawsuits brought by several homeowners associations and individuals seeking to block access by four-wheel-drive vehicles.