A proposed $73.5 million East Hampton Town spending plan would result in a 1.8-percent tax increase and add funding for police and code enforcement.
Nicholas Louvel, whose film will be featured in the Hamptons International Film Festival next month, was killed when his car hit a tree and rolled over on Route 114 on Thursday just after 1 a.m.
In honor of its half-century anniversary, the Springs Fire Department hosted a parade on Saturday, followed by a gathering at the firehouse.
The Coast Guard is investigating an incident that left one boat damaged and two men in the water late Thursday night.
Springs Fire Department celebrates history, service to community on Saturday.
Six separate legal actions challenging the policies and laws adopted by the town this year to reduce the impact on residents across the East End of noise from aircraft using East Hampton Airport will cost close to $1 million, or even more, in legal fees this year.
The Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee voted to recommend against reinstating a fee for the Kirk Park parking lot on Monday after a discussion elicited differing opinions.
Amagansett’s decades-old call for a public restroom in its town-owned parking lot behind Main Street, the existence of which would relieve not only tourists but the staff of the Amagansett Library, the business district’s only public...
Seventeen months after applying to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals for permits and variances for a construction project, representatives for Loida Lewis, the widow of the first African-American billionaire, returned to make their case anew.