News

The South Fork’s two candidates for the Suffolk County Legislature continued to clash this week over key issues that affect the region. Amos Goodman, a Republican, and Bridget Fleming, a Democrat who sits on the Southampton Town Board, traded assertions this week in an interview with The Star.
As Ditch Plain neighbors and their attorney made the case on Tuesday for the revocation of a certificate of occupancy for a motel at 11 Ditch Plains Road in Montauk.
Eighteen candidates are vying to become East Hampton Town Trustees, whose nine members manage common lands on behalf of the public by virtue of the Dongan Patent of 1686. Those elected will serve a two-year term.
The family of Lilia Aucapina are holding onto their belief that's she alive, though they don't believe she would have willingly left her two children.
Steven Lee, the manager of the Poxabogue Golf Center, was arrested Wednesday on charges that he photographed a girl's genital area through a window.
The Bridgehampton Fire District will be able to buy a new combination pumper and ladder truck following a successful bond referendum vote on Tuesday.
A caller reported flames were blowing out windows at a house on Hands Creek Road in East Hampton.
While observing that both East Hampton Town and state polices favor so-called soft erosion control, a court magistrate said that an Army Corps determination had concluded that the project "does not run afoul of those restrictions.”
A fire broke out at Gosman's Dock restaurant in Montauk on Friday night.
Carlos R. Aucapina was arraigned on misdemeanor charges of criminal contempt, one of which occurred the morning his estranged wife, Lilia Aucapina, went missing.
Financial filings with the New York State Board of Elections indicate that roughly three-quarters of the money raised by East Hampton Republicans since June has come from businesses and individuals with ties to the town’s airport.
An East Hampton Town rental registry law has been honed and is being readied for a hearing that will provide an opportunity for members of the public to give their opinions on the draft legislation to the town board.
Parents of second-grade Springs School students asked the district to hire teaching assistants for their children’s classrooms at a school board meeting on Oct. 5.