The Coast Guard supplies stickers to identify owners of kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards, in case they go missing.
Lt. Christopher M. Hatch, who has been the commander of the Montauk precinct since 2012, will say goodbye to police work later this month.
Cantwell and Van Scoyoc met with resistance
Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc wasted no time in complying with the East Hampton Town Trustees’ demand that the sign prohibiting alcohol at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett be removed, taking it with him to their Tuesday night meeting.
Town board considering reversing watercraft ban
The little-noticed but vital work of Most Holy Trinity’s outreach director
The parish outreach program at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church is open to any resident in need, said Doreen Quaranto, its director.
The Montauk Fire Department has paid about $81,000 to a fund for victims of a Ponzi scheme run by Brian R. Callahan and Adam J. Manson, who pleaded guilty to it last year in federal court.
As it has already done on some streets, the East Hampton Village Board would like broad authorization to the reduce speed limit.
Now in serious disrepair, the saltbox-style house was owned by George Lewis Fowler and his wife, Sarah Melissa Horton.
After contract is awarded, discussions will begin about spring start
Phase one of a planned downtown Montauk erosion-control planned by the Army Corps of Engineers would include a reinforced artificial dune at the Surf Club condominiums.
With a new management plan released on Monday, the state has tempered its call for a complete eradication of the mute swan in New York by 2025.