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Within 24 hours of Southampton Town’s having launched a new online tool that allows residents to report nonemergency complaints and submit service requests, two requests had been logged.
By a vote of 103 to 41, the New York State Assembly passed the Climate and Community Protection Act on Monday.
After years of wrangling between the Town of East Hampton and the owners of the Surf Lodge, a popular nightclub and motel, a giant step was taken this week toward finalizing a legal agreement.
A Springs man arraigned last Thursday in East Hampton Town Justice Court on two felony charges, including sexual abuse in the first degree, was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury in Riverside.
A self-proclaimed Ku Klux Klan grand wizard from Hampton Bays was found distributing leaflets in East Hampton Village last week, according to police.
More time on the water does not necessarily equate to more fish caught. And that’s just fine. Whether or not I bring home a fish for dinner is not the point. Just being on the water is what truly matters.
The blue-green organisms that cause the slicks on the local coastal ponds like Lake Agawam, Mill Pond, and Georgica Pond, to name a few of the worst blighted, are among the oldest organisms known to man.
“It just goes to show you that in a small village, every vote counts,” Ken O’Donnell said yesterday.
As of Monday, the Hampton Jitney will introduce a new route: a round-trip service from local schools to Noyac’s Long Beach.
Arthur Graham has defeated Philip O'Connell for a seat on the East Hampton Village Board, as residents went to the polls Tuesday in the village's first contested election in more than a decade.
Dr. Brandon Rogers, a 29-year-old osteopath who interned at Southampton Hospital last year and who became an online singing sensation, died following a car accident in Maryland on June 11.
Ronald Perelman, the billionaire investor and philanthropist who owns a nearly 60-acre estate called the Creeks on Georgica Pond, lost his bid to change the neighborhood's zoning on Friday.
Three days after closing Georgica Pond because a bloom of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, had been confirmed, a long-simmering disagreement among the East Hampton Town Trustees over the recognition of state and federal jurisdiction came to a boil.