Troop buys all-terrain chair for teen with spina bifida
David Fischer received a surprise gift from fellow members of Montauk Boy Scout Troup 136 last Thursday: a new, all-terrain wheelchair.
Soriano to middle school, Malsky to J.M.M.E.S.
The rising costs were due to increased steel prices
Montauk hot spot will pay record-setting fine in exchange for dismissal of 500-plus citations
Richard Hammer, attorney for the Surf Lodge's new ownership group, delivered a $100,000 check to the East Hampton Town Justice Court's clerk's office following a settlement agreement today.
Illegal influence? Let the D.A. decide
The matter of a sale of town property to the new owners of the Ronjo motel in Montauk, which is being renovated and will become the Montauk Beach House, continued to make waves at an East Hampton Town Board meeting last week.
David E. Rattray
Jitney’s passenger dock plan sails ever closer to approval at packed hearing
Anton Hagen and Brendan Skislock sat on the floor near Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., and the board members Bruce Stafford and Edward Gregory at Tuesday’s hearing on a law that would allow ferries to dock in the village.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Levies allowed to increase despite state cap
Islandwide survey to help ancient invertebrates
John Tanacredi is asking for Long Island volunteers who will keep their eyes peeled for mating horseshoe crabs. He heads Dowling College’s annual inventory of the ancient marine arthropods.
Business owners and environmentalists alike shout down effort on crowding
Like many business owners who spoke at a hearing last Thursday in East Hampton Town Hall, Paul Monte expressed his opposition to a proposed entertainment permit.
Carrie Ann Salvi