Lt. Francis Mott is calling it a career after 42 years on the East Hampton Town force.
Carrie Ann Salvi
New heating and cooling units on the roof of East Hampton High School may be rated quiet enough for residential areas, but Gould Street neighbors within earshot brought their noise concerns to the school board on Dec. 20.
Center treats foxes, hawks, even woodchucks
Beth Groff bandaged a turtle that must be kept in an environmentally controlled setting to simulate summer temperatures.
Balancing commercial and residential land use
Montaukers at sea let down their hair and their lines
Gil Parker hefted two fat porgies
Russell Drumm Photo
Two East Hampton women try to help medical workers stave off burnout
Mitten Wainwright, seated at left, and Liz Lattuga, standing at right, spent a recent week in Haiti showing hospital caregivers techniques for maintaining their own health.
Work under way to allow visitors on more than 320 acres of waterfront
State park workers joined with town employees and members of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society this week to repair old trails and blaze new ones at the Amsterdam Beach Preserve in Montauk.
Springs parents wonder if a principal will do
Masons bring in money toward a new Scoville Hall
The Rev. Steven E. Howarth of the Amagansett Presbyterian Church accepted a check for $8,729 from Tim Walters, master of the Star of the East Lodge No. 843, at its annual Toys for Tots Christmas party, to help rebuild Scoville Hall, which was destroyed in a fire.
Year-end hearings address road improvements, Napeague beach access, contractor licenses, too