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The arrest of a man on a charge of possessing illegal fireworks may or may not have solved the riddle of the Montauk "explosions."
A New York Sea Grant expert provided an overview of Long Island’s coastal makeup and the forces at work upon it. Few local governments have enough information to make informed decisions about how to deal with the long-range problem of sea level rise, he said.
Residents of East Hampton’s Northwest area are campaigning to prevent a return of helicopters to a route over their neighborhood.
After a year described by many parents and staff as alternately chaotic and mismanaged, the three openings on the East Hampton Board of Education are shaping up to be an unusually contested race.
The village board will hold a hearing aon Friday on a proposed code amendment that would require dogs to be leashed within 500 feet of beach road ends.
A dispute between two neighbors leaves one with prior felonies held without bail in Suffolk County Jail.
The East Hampton Village should modify roads and educate motorists in order to better accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians
East Hampton Town has three affordable-housing complexes for senior citizens, but no market-rate housing for the large baby boomer generation now entering retirement years
The Montauk School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a budget proposal for the 2013-14 school year.