A pair of identical eight-bedroom houses being built by the same builder in two different Springs neighborhoods have alarmed residents, who say they have been told that the structures will house boarding students attending the Ross School.
Just months since a moratorium on building expired, Sag Harbor Village officials, worried that development is threatening the character of the village, seem to be determined to institute another temporary freeze.
Indications of climate change are all around us and civilization must adopt an aggressive timetable to “net-zero” energy in order to avert devastating environmental changes.
The East Hampton Village Board plans to adopt its proposed 2015-16 $20.53 million budget at a meeting on Friday, June 19.
Tuesday’s election in Sag Harbor Village features two races, one for mayor and another for justice.
A spirited re-enactment of the historic events of June 13, 1942, is set for Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Amagansett Life Saving and Coast Guard Station and nearby on Atlantic Avenue Beach.
Firefighters were called to a chemical spill at the intersection of Cedar Street and Stephen Hand's Path in East Hampton Tuesday afternoon.
A new contract for the Springs School's superintendent makes his position full time and extends his tenure with the district through July 2018.
Lisa Mulhern-Larsen has joined Nancy Keeshan on the East Hampton Republic Committee's ticket for the November town board race.