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To experience summer on the South Fork is to witness the flaunting of materialism and, sometimes, unfathomable wealth. But if the efforts of Dan Lauter and Donna Soszynski-Lauter are successful, residents and visitors may one day experience treasures of an entirely different sort.
After reports of overcrowding and other problems at Harbor Raw Bar and Lounge near the Montauk docks, East Hampton Town got a judge last week to agree to put the clamps on the party.
Montaukers’ unhappiness about the crowds, noisy parties, and illegal behavior overwashing their once-quiet hamlet this season has become prime summertime fodder for the metropolitan news media.
Though the tenant is still unknown, owners of the property received approval to build a new 9,982-square-foot, one-story retail building.
Newer boats with bigger outboard motors are causing some changes down at the docks in the Village of Sag Harbor.
On Saturday, the ladies will don their white dresses and sun hats to host the 119th fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as always on the last Saturday of July.
Celebrate the ongoing restoration of the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station with a lobster bake on Saturday evening.
Hundreds turned out to support the Wounded Warrior Project, including Jimmy Buffett, who performed during a Nancy Atlas concert on Saturday night.
The arrival of Suffolk County’s new area code on Saturday means residents need to start thinking twice when making local phone calls.
When the Great Bonac Fireworks show, a national-class Grucci Fireworks midsummer display, begins sparkling over Three Mile Harbor on Saturday night, Laura Sobieski will have a front-row seat.
The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor continues to chug through its long, drawn-out construction phase with a completion date projected for the end of this year.
Former Representative Tim Bishop wasted no time at the East Hampton Library on Saturday in answering the question he had posed in the title of his talk — “The U.S. Congress: Is the Branch Still Broken?”
Barry Rosenstein, the founder of Jana Partners, a multibillion-dollar hedge fund, who reportedly paid $147 million for properties on Further Lane in East Hampton Village, was granted variances from the village zoning code.