In anticipation of icy road conditions and snow accumulations, schools and town offices have been closed.
Favorite cause with local ties slammed for ‘lavish’ spending
Soldier Ride, which benefits the Wounded Warrior Project, is held on the South Fork each summer.
Firm to take over C.D.C.H. management
The State University of New York's Charter School Institute will have to approve a management change at the Child Development Center of the Hamptons.
Town planners and neighbors sharply oppose new house on Gerard Drive
Neighbors of a Gerard Drive cottage have said that a planned house there would be the environmentally sensitive Springs peninsula’s “first McMansion.”
Representatives of Cyril’s Fish House on Napeague were told they would have to return the restaurant to how it was in 1984 by the East Hampton Town Planning Board last week unless they came up with an acceptable new plan.
Village board hopeful that new regs can be adopted before moratorium ends
Rich Warren of Inter-Science Research Associates spoke on Jan. 27 about proposed Sag Harbor zoning code revisions and the data that was considered before new floor area ratios were developed.
Taylor K. Vecsey
All 100 information packets made up for last week’s meeting had been picked up, indicating the size and interest of the crowd.Morgan McGivern
An example of some of the damage Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt hikers have discovered along the trails recently.
Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt
A fifth season
Groundhog Day or not, this is the time of year when woodchucks, a.k.a. groundhogs, like this one in East Hampton, are supposed to be hibernating.