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The East Hampton Town Board has voted to approve the lease of a town-owned parcel on Pantigo Place in East Hampton for the construction of an emergency care facility.
There is no prospect of state money any time soon for a badly damaged road between East Hampton and Sag Harbor.
Men and women in blue lined the back wall of the East Hampton Village Board meeting room on Friday to watch their colleague Sgt. Kevin Duchemin‚ who is retiring from the police force after 27 years‚ receive a proclamation honoring his service
The East Hampton Historical Society has hired Maria Vann as its new executive director, a position that has been vacant since October.
If you stopped in at the I.G.A. food markets in Montauk or on North Main Street in East Hampton this week, you may not have noticed anything unusual, but behind the scenes a big change was underway.
Concerned Citizens of Montauk will announce its partnership with the United States Geological Survey today as well as a joint initiative intended to restore the water quality of Lake Montauk, where high bacteria counts have made some of it unsafe...
Officials and environmental organizations plan to present a unified front against the Trump administration’s plan to open most federal waters to oil and gas exploration and drilling.

In hindsight, the Beatles were as Nobel worthy as Bob Dylan or Albert Einstein. Original, thoughtful, creative rebels, they rejected what came before them.
The town will pay $2.1 million for the 1.1-acre commercially zoned property on Montauk Highway using the community preservation fund and a $300,000 donation from the Friends of Georgica Pond Foundation.
People spanning the age spectrum and from across the East End gathered in Sag Harbor for the second annual women's march there.
The gray seal pup found wandering on Bendigo Road in Amagansett late Tuesday afternoon was released back into the wild on Friday.
David Lys sworn in but not before Councilman Jeffrey Bragman cast a no vote, citing differences over the town airport, zoning, and immigration.
An overflow crowd in Southampton on Monday heard from six people who hope to be the Democratic Party candidate to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin in the fall.