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With a new law in place requiring rental properties to be registered with East Hampton Town, a new business, Rental Registry Expediters, has been established to relieve homeowners of that task.
Whatever you do, don’t call it a bowling alley, said Howard Ellman, architect of what he called the “family entertainment center” planned for East Hampton Indoor Tennis on Daniels Hole Road.
An East Hampton man with a long criminal record held without bail after being caught repeatedly selling Oxy
The Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day festivities start tomorrow and the parade is set for Sunday.
Renewable Energy Long Island, a nonprofit organization that advocates a transition from fossil fuels, will host a forum on wind energy on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the East Hampton Middle School.
Tim Ferriss, a former Springs School student and the best-selling author of “The 4-Hour Work Week," has funded 145 school projects across Long Island that teachers had posted over the past four months.
College is something students are almost ubiquitously expected to do once they finish high school. So says Claire Kunzeman, who has no intention of going to college.
Spring peepers, spring peepers, spring peepers, peep, peep, peeping away. It must be spring, I thought, and it was.
The buzzwords surrounding mezcal these days emit a certain energy. Vogue says the spirit has a “romantic appeal,” Los Angeles magazine says drinking mezcal is an “academic experience.” Others have called it “trendsetting,” “artisanal,” and “the best-kept secret of Mexico.”