Editorials

A number of factors have combined to make paid E.M.S. personnel a necessity here in one form or another

Above-average precipitation is likely along the Eastern Seaboard for the rest of the year

Summertime problems are complex, but many come from unchecked growth of bars and restaurants

There were dozens, if not hundreds, of African-Americans living here in the 18th and early 19th centuries

The Star pack rats

Challenges are ahead for East Hampton policymakers in regard to the town’s entire shoreline
Jane Umanoff

This year, the tax-levy increase allowed for schools that are unable to win an almost two-thirds majority in a budget vote is .12 percent.

Beyond the breakwater, things get wooly

The top priority for Long Island’s coastal managers must be preserving beaches, not saving private property

“Not so fast!”