Too many gatherings make a mass mess
Plans by Gilt City, a luxury online bargain company, to host a series of promotional events and parties at this house on Fithian Lane were quickly quelled by the East Hampton Village Board last week.
In July, East Hampton Democrats’ campaign war chests were nearly empty
“Obviously we get some very generous and affluent supporters and while all our contributors are important, the ones that are really important are people sending $10 or $25.”
Video gets 28,000 hits and counting; Jitney not amused
A satirical video made by and starring Nina Katchadourian has taken the Hampton Jitney to a broad and growing Youtube audience.
After exploring deep wrecks, one boat returns with two dead in a week
At the Montauk Coast Guard Station on Star Island last Thursday, the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s Office removed a diver’s body from the John Jack charter boat.
East Hampton Village follows Southampton’s lead
Holding up a bundle of plastic bags at an East Hampton Village Board hearing Friday on a new bag ban, Adrienne Esposito of Citizens Campaign for the Environment said, “Changing public behavior is one of the hardest things to do.”
Applicants say 159-footer is a rebuild, opponents say nothing is there now
The largest residential dock in Lake Montauk belongs to Peter Kalikow and is embroiled in a lawsuit between the Concerned Citizens of Montauk and East Hampton Town.
From fish traps to cement mixers, but no puppies!
Gary Sapiane got his start at WLNG in 1966, when he was a junior in high school, and has been there ever since.
Richard Burns was sworn in Tuesday as the interim superintendent of the East Hampton School District.
A 64-year-old diver died aboard the John Jack Thursday while on a trip to explore a World War II-era shipwreck.