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Southampton Town is taking on Uber, but unlike the Town of East Hampton, which adopted regulations last summer that made it nearly impossible for drivers with the nationwide ride-sharing service to operate here.
A study of East Hampton Town’s nonresidential properties, designed to help develop long-range plans for each of the town’s hamlets, will get underway in mid-March by a Massachusetts firm hired to coordinate the work.
A divided East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals decided Friday that a property owner on Georgica Pond may not plant a rose garden within the required 125-foot wetlands setback.
Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz has many responsibilities at the Bridgehampton School, among them teaching classes in nutrition and botany and running the school’s garden and greenhouse program.
A Springs man who crashed a 2007 Saab into the woods off Old Stone Highway in Amagansett on Monday morning had to be given the life-saving drug.
The distribution of all of nature’s living things, including mosquitoes, is in flux.
Hector O. Duarte-Roque, 44, of Hampton Bays was run over by a piece of machinery being used to move material in front of the Montauk Lake Club and Marina on Thursday morning.
The trial of Thomas Gilbert Jr. of Wainscott and Manhattan, charged with homicide in the Beekman Place murder last January of his financier father, moved a step closer on Wednesday.
A passer-by saw smoke in the vicinity of the car repair shop on Noyac Road Wednesday afternoon, and Sag Harbor firefighters found smoke pouring from the eaves of a neighboring house.