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The Village of East Hampton will move quickly to control its population of white-tailed deer, which the mayor called “epidemic” on Monday afternoon, and a threat to human health and safety
After a presentation by the Army Corps of Engineers about beach restoration in downtown Montauk, the East Hampton Town Board began to grapple this week with some of the issues involved
There will be a new face on the bench at East Hampton Town Justice Court next year, as Steven Tekulsky, squares off on Nov. 5 against Carl Irace, to replace Justice Catherine Cahill, who will retire after 20 years
    East Hamptoners like to regale outsiders with how the village was once voted the most beautiful in the country, the consequence of its perfect storm of historic edifices, picturesque pond, and canopy of stately trees — most...
Recently, fast-food workers across the country have gone on strike to demand higher wages and more hours. They want to be able to make a decent living and stay out of poverty just like anyone else
Police said that Wesley Carrion, 90, was pulled from the house by Sag Harbor Fire Department volunteers. He was declared dead at Southampton Hospital.
The project is included in a federal effort known as the Fire Island to Montauk Point Reformulation Plan, which has been five decades in the making, with federal funding of the proposed projects therein a perennial question.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said that the number of Lyme cases diagnosed nationwide annually has reached 300,000
Seven of 11 backyard volleyball courts in Springs that have been generating complaints by neighbors were taken down last weekend following visits by East Hampton Town ordinance enforcement officers