At the Babinski farm in Wainscott, a new barn, right, sits partially unfinished while the East Hampton Town Board decides whether to issue a construction permit for it, and a neighbor’s lawsuit proceeds.
The increased use of public beaches and waterways by for-hire guides and instructors has prompted the East Hampton Town Board and the town trustees to begin working on new rules.
New owners call Cohen’s allegations ‘slander’
District lags behind others on English exam
‘Who’s asleep at the wheel?’ asks a frustrated Amagansett shop owner
A recent weekend’s overflowing garbage cans on Main Street, Amagansett
Police say burglar had $50,000 in goods, guns, and Brooks Brothers shirts
Many Planning Department duties would be reassigned to new Environmental Protection Department
'You don't play with guns,' said the mother of a 20-year-old man who was shot in East Hampton last Thursday.
Frank A. Hanna was led out of East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Gathering at green following somber parade
Retired Navy Capt. William T. Brown delivered the keynote address at the Hook Mill green following the parade.