In the 19 years that the Springs School fourth graders have been putting on an opera, the storylines have often been inspired, more or less, by something that is true about Springs.
All along, people knew where the grave was. But who exactly was in it and why the man named Ned was there at all were mysteries lost to time.
A representative of the Sag Harbor Village Board’s waterways advisory committee asked the East Hampton Town Trustees at a meeting on Monday to support a bill that would grant the village authority over waterways beyond the present 1,500-foot boundary.
Developers of waterfront property in Sag Harbor Village on the south side of the bridge to Long Beach and North Haven have made it clear they do not intend to sell it to the village for a park. Now the village board is exploring condemnation, a...
Brenden Snow of Montauk Boy Scout Troop 136 received his Eagle Scout Award on Sunday, and just in the nick of time. To achieve Eagle Scout, one must be under 18 years old, which he turned just two weeks after his project was complete.
The first section of the Army Corps of Engineers’ sandbag “dune” on the downtown Montauk beach has been finished.
The Springs Fire District is suing the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, challenging its determination over the district’s 150-foot tall communications tower
Though the temperature is frigid, town officials have turned their attention toward summer and its influx of visitors that last year turned downtown Montauk into a noisy and chaotic scene.
Richard Hendrickson, a volunteer with the National Weather Service’s Cooperative Observer Program since he was a teenager, continued to take measurements and readings at his backyard weather station on Lumber Lane until early last year.