Reading, writing, needlework helped minister pay the bills
A hoopoe bird, a detail from Mercy Huntting’s yarn-sewn rug. At the time the rug was made, in the early 19th century, well-read people were captivated by the exotic birds and flowers. The hoopoe is native to North Africa and Eurasia.
American Sewn Rugs
Supe sees a better way to keep landlords in line
Sgt. Paul Fabiano, seen at right with his partner of 10 years, Officer John Natuzzi, retired last week after 25 years with the Sag Harbor Village Police Department.
A lightning strike is believed to have started a house fire on Bridge Hill Lane in Bridgehampton Sunday.
The 9/11 Memorial Observance near the Hook Mill, 2013
Hundreds say issue ‘transcends all borders’
East Hampton Town Councilmen Fred Overton, Councilwoman Sylvia Overby, and Supervisor Larry Cantwell heard from dozens of people from all five East End towns about how noise from aircraft using East Hampton Airport is affecting them.
For 33 years, retiring dispatcher was first point of contact in an emergency
After more than 30 years as a dispatcher, Robert Scott Elley officially signed off from his post in the East Hampton Village Communications Department for the last time on Friday.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Scores paddled at Ditch Plain to ‘save’ their beach
With a paddle out off Montauk’s Ditch Plain Beach on Saturday, surfers banded together to protest a plan to turn the former East Deck Motel into a private club.
Surfers, boogie boarders, and paddlers of all ages took to the water off Ditch Plain on Saturday to oppose a project they fear will turn a favorite surf spot into a de facto private beach. James Katsipis
Tom Ferreira’s lawyers allege that someone altered key documents