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As the Suffolk County Department of Health’s division of vector control began annual aerial application of methoprene, a mosquito larvicide, over salt marshes on the South Fork last week, a pilot program that would ban spraying over a study site next year began to take shape.
With the new fiscal year beginning on Aug. 1, the East Hampton Village Board presented a tentative 2017-18 budget at its work session last Thursday.
The Sag Harbor School Board sent its vice president, Tommy John Schiavoni, to the village board meeting on Tuesday night to discuss the village’s recent ban on parking on streets near the schools.
The possibility of bus service in Montauk this summer moved close to reality on Tuesday when East Hampton Town Board officials agreed to advertise for proposals from transportation companies to provide it.
Under sunny skies, some 250 people marched along Sag Harbor’s Main Street and held a rally at Long Wharf on Saturday as part of a national campaign to draw attention to climate change.
The next trip to Washington, D.C., for Honor Flight Long Island on Saturday will include not only World War II veterans but Korean War veterans, as well. Honor Flight Long Island, which has escorted over 1,300 veterans to view the war memorial for...
Christine Sampson and Jason Nower have Guild Hall and the John Jermain Memorial Library to thank for bringing them together, Ms. Sampson said.
Despite a dozen hearings on its agenda, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals moved swiftly through its meeting on Friday, closing most hearings after the applicants had satisfied its concerns or requests.
The Coast Guard rescued people from a small folding e boat that was drifting out to sea near Montauk Point on Saturday afternoon.
A fund-raising campaign is underway to assist Dell Cullum, an East Hampton wildlife removal specialist, anti-litter activist, and nature photographer who was injured on Friday while trapping raccoons at a house on Napeague.
A project started last fall to improve the water quality of Town and Hook Ponds in East Hampton should be expanded slightly, not only to be more effective but to set an example for residential property owners, a landscape architect told the East Hampton Village Board on Friday.
Organizacion Latino-Americana of Eastern Long Island has hired Gabriela Cabrera for the newly created position of civic engagement coordinator.
Village Green planting connecting the two rain gardens “should look like nature put it there . . . following the meandering path that the water created," a landscape designer said.