New group demands that town get aggressive
Bucket’s and its deviled eggs will be no more
A week of warm farewells have descended upon Bucket’s owner, Everett Griffiths, seen here in the embrace of a longtime employee, Tammi Gay, and Mr. Griffith’s wife, Angela.
Sweeping high-tech upgrades save the district energy and money
Eric Woellhof, the director of facilities, seen here on the high school roof with Anthony DeFino, a colleague, has instigated initiatives that have led to the district receiving a rebate from the Long Island Power Authority.
An artsy village debates what qualifies as art
Sag Harbor’s Municipal Building meeting room was packed on Tuesday evening for a public hearing on a variance for the Larry Rivers “Legs” sculpture.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Local activists are making plans for expanding movement in 2012
Protesters in Sag Harbor earlier this month.
Ambition to honor Montauk’s original inhabitants
A push for service from Greenport to Long Wharf
Jim Ryan, of Response Marine in Mattituck, has proposed a passenger shuttle to operate on a trial basis, between Greenport and Long Wharf in Sag Harbor. The Hampton Jitney has been brought aboard as a partner, to provide ground transportation.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Attorney says food cart request may be pulled
The Surf Lodge is appealing the senior building inspector, Tom Preiato’s, determination that the food cart and the covered wait service area, back right, are an expansion of a nonconforming use. Both structures require a natural resources special permit and a variance since Fort Pond is at the edge of the deck.
Fire at Cozy Cabins spread too quickly for a tenant to be saved
The shell of Cabin 11 at the Cozy Cabins complex in Wainscott in which William Bauer, 78, died in a ball of fire Friday
Seaward property lines threaten public access
East Hampton Town and Village are cracking down on sand fences when they are placed to extend private property, in the guise of growing dunes, onto public beach.