Local Montauk Notes
News of our local villages
Lauren M. Hersh and Kevin M. Starke were married on Saturday at Firefighters Park in Great Neck. The Hon. Neil R. Finkston, a justice in the Village of Great Neck, officiated, and a reception followed at Wild Ginger Asian Fusion restaurant, also in...
The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center was one step closer to reality this week after the Sag Harbor Village Planning Board approved its building plans on Tuesday evening. The Sag Harbor Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review will render...
Renovations began last week at the Long Island Rail Road station in East Hampton Village, marking the start of a months-long project that will keep the building closed well into the summer season, even as train service remains uninterrupted.
For Kathy Keller, this year’s grand marshal of the Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day parade, leading the parade on Sunday is part of a family tradition.
Approximately 80 groups are expected to participate, including marching bands, whimsical and sometimes zany floats, many bagpipers in kilts, and fire departments from across Long Island.
On Friday, just two weeks and a day before her son’s wedding reception at the Hedges Inn in East Hampton, Joanne Lester O’Brien learned that East Hampton Village had denied a permit for the March 31 event.
The Suffolk County Department of Health Services will offer private well testing to residents of Noyac next week as a result of preliminary findings from water tests conducted by the agency that show abnormally high levels of contaminants such as...
A proposal to increase the permit fee for scaffolding and other sidewalk encumbrances and instituting a new fee for Dumpsters, construction vehicles, and other obstructions has triggered an outcry from business owners.
After months of back and forth, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals and Ronald Perelman, the billionaire owner of the Creeks on Georgica Pond, agreed on Friday that some illegally built structures on his 58-acre estate would be...
After spending decades looking after the beautification of East Hampton Village at large, the Ladies Village Improvement Society focused on a project even closer to home this winter, refurbishing its headquarters and thrift shops at 95 Main Street.
Jeff Heatley and Richard Barons will speak on Friday, March 23, at Clinton Academy about the encampment where American soldiers were quarantined after returning from the Spanish-American War.