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A federal district court judge has ruled that a lawsuit by environmentalists over the government’s handling of the potential sale of Plum Island can go forward
At last week’s East Hampton Village Board meeting, Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. declared that the “handwriting is on the wall” regarding the likelihood of legislation to rein in the use of leaf blowers.
There was an air of sadness reverberating through the church, but Ms. Hanna urged the congregation, which included town, school, and community leaders, to focus on the joyful legacy of Dr. King, who fought to make America a more inclusive society.
There is a growing movement for states to bypass the federal government and enact policies consistent with the Paris Accord, under which nations pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with the goal of limiting an increase in the global average...
A new building in a consolidated campus for East Hampton Town’s public offices took a step forward on Tuesday with a presentation to the town board by architects from L.K. McLean Associates of Brookhaven.
East Hampton High School’s class of 2020 will host the Harlem Rockets, a group of basketball entertainers, on Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. in the high school gym.
In November, the dredging by Suffolk County of a part of the harbor inside the stone breakwater caused some consternation among residents, who complained about the wet sand and muddy water‚ or dredged spoils, being pumped ashore for beach...
A former resident of East Quogue and a convicted sex offender, was taken from county jail to East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday to be arraigned on charges of burglary and possession of stolen property.
Two Fort Pond Boulevard residents woke up on the morning of Jan. 8 to find an unmarked package on the front step. When the package was opened, the contents appeared to be feces
An Amagansett man is hoping to find a witness to an accident in which his 2009 Toyota sedan was severely damaged at about 4 p.m. on Jan. 7.
The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals gave the green light to plans by the Montauk Historical Society to adorn with cellphone antennas the concrete fire control tower that sits next to the Montauk Point Lighthouse.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals will meet only one time a month, down from twice monthly.
David Lys, a member of the town zoning board of appeals and founder of Citizens for Access Rights, is expected to be formally appointed on Thursday night.