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It took five sessions and as many months, but P.C. Schenck and Sons, got the closure they sought on Friday when the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals decided the firm’s application for 12 AT&T antennas and related equipment had been thoroughly vetted.
The Montauk beach protection project offered up by the Army Corps of Engineers at a presentation at East Hampton Town Hall proved a disappointment to some hoping for an immediate, large-scale beach reconstruction
Turn used fishing nets into skateboards. An idea that would have seemed utopian green only a few years ago is being brought to fruition by three surfers with engineering degrees and a shared goal of ridding the ocean of plastic pollution.
Callahan pleaded guilty to securities and wire fraud in connection with his purchase of Montauk’s failing Panoramic View resort
The opt-out movement has grown, with parents across Long Island and New York City banding together to boycott the national Common Core exams.
On a rainy and windy day, Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone took time to hear firsthand about concerns of those in East Hampton and elsewhere on the East End.
The C.P.F. has taken in $21.85 million in the region as compared to $20.23 million during the same period in 2013.
After months of waiting to hear what the Army Corps of Engineers would offer to do for the town to reinforce the downtown Montauk beach at full federal expense under a Hurricane Sandy recovery program, East Hampton officials and residents learned yesterday that only one option has been deemed financially viable
A Sagaponack man is being held on $500,000 bail and has been ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation after being accused of setting fire on Saturday to a $34 million Dune Road house in Bridgehampton