An $888,000 culvert on Gerard Drive in Springs, completed in 2006 to increase tidal flushing of the north end of Accabonac Harbor in order to minimize the threat of coliform bacteria and other pathogens, remains sanded up and closed.
When Frazer Dougherty built a 35,000-square-foot facility in the East Hampton Town industrial park in the late 1990s to house a sound stage, he pictured a bustling facility filled with production companies making movies and...
These are the lemonade commercial days of summer. Everything is hazy and golden like an old photograph. Children catch fireflies in jars and old women fan themselves as they gently push the porch swing back and forth with their toes....
An overflow crowd of members and guests filled the community room of the Amagansett Library on Monday night as the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee heard grim predictions from a former official of the Federal Emergency Management Agency
Fort Pond House, a building on Fort Pond in Montauk that was used by community groups before it was condemned, and the four acres on which it sits will be taken off the sale block and designated as a park to be named in honor of the late Carol Morrison
About 100 Sagaponack residents appeared at the Village Hall on Saturday at an informational meeting on whether the village should establish its own police force, and the result was more questions than answers
Trucks parked on the “baby beach” at Maidstone Park remain an eyesore and a hazard to children, according to three residents who addressed the East Hampton Town Trustees at their meeting on Tuesday night.
Scores on state elementary school tests landed with a thud on the South Fork last week, as they did throughout the region, with teachers and administrations left to grapple with failure rates that had, in some instances, more than doubled