Despite the objections of the East Hampton and Southampton Town Trustees, the East Hampton Town Board, many South Fork residents, and one very determined activist, the Suffolk County Legislature voted on Dec. 1 to approve the use of methoprene, a mosquito larvicide, in the Department of Public Works 2016 vector control effort.
The Bridgehampton School’s thriving educational garden may itself grow soon, thanks to a free three-year lease of a small piece of land from the Hampton Classic.
The new year, it is often hoped, will bring many new things. As 2016 begins, one of them is medical marijuana, which research has shown can provide respite from pain, seizures, and anxiety for those struggling with debilitating diseases.
Medical marijuana is a cure, maybe not of cancer, but of its dehumanizing effects. For cancer patients, marijuana is hot on the trail in the pursuit of happiness. New York State has done the right thing by bringing our pursuit within reach.
Parking lots across town, crowded with Christmas shoppers, were the scenes of several vehicular accidents last week.
December’s unusually warm weather seems to have yielded sort of a balmy business boon for many South Fork retailers.
Bruce Negrycz II, 68, has dementia, East Hampton Town police said.
A 40-unit housing complex proposed to be constructed at 531 Montauk Highway in Amagansett would add an estimated 37 students to the Amagansett School District.
Through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training, Michael Davis will participate in the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend next month. Not only is he running the 26.2-mile marathon, but he has added a half-marathon challenge the day before, in honor of his godfather, who is fighting cancer.