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With the weather and the resort season warming up, the East Hampton Town Board turned its attention this week to proposed town code changes about seating at takeout food shops as well as outdoor dining at restaurants and on sidewalks in downtown Montauk.
Paddle Diva, which has been under fire from the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals for giving paddleboard lessons in Three Mile Harbor, can continue to operate this season, according to an agreement announced Tuesday between the town and the...
The Springs School Mystery Art Sale will return to Ashawagh Hall after a hiatus in 2016. The sale raises money for the school’s Visiting Artists Program.
Diana Weir will become the director of housing in Southampton Town's Land Management Department on June 1.
East Hampton Town finished 2016 firmly in the black with a positive balance of $29 million, a historic high, according to town officials.
Declines in terrapin populations have prompted New York to consider banning their harvest.
Susan Vorpahl, a daughter of the late Stuart Vorpahl, a former town trustee and town historian, will join two incumbents on the Republican ticket. Democrats will run five incumbents and three new candidates.
The Coast Guard rescued people from a small folding e boat that was drifting out to sea near Montauk Point on Saturday afternoon.
Long Beach Road, which runs between Noyac and North Haven, was shut down after a suspicious package was reported Saturday afternoon.
Tyler Armstrong was arrested on drunken driving charges early Saturday morning.
National Grid Generation plans to construct a five-megawatt battery facility on an undeveloped parcel on Cove Hollow Road in East Hampton.
South Fork firefighters were busy last week, with three blazes damaging buildings and two brush fires. No injuries were reported.
On its front page, The Independent, a weekly newspaper based in East Hampton, announced last week that it had a new owner, Ronald Perelman, a name well known here although the famously private Mr. Perelman is not.