Town lifeguards, bathrooms, and parking lot
David E. Rattray photos
Long-awaited plans coming to fruition in Montauk and Three Mile inlets
The Three Mile Harbor inlet, as seen from the beach at Maidstone Park, will get a much-needed dredging within a few weeks if residents living near Sammy’s Beach okay the temporary use of their property.
U.S. Supreme Court declines review
Montauk Citizens ask justices to do more
County Gay, Lesbian Dems weigh in on race, too
Plan calls for sale of town’s share of Poxabogue
This is part of a series of articles following local candidates on the campaign trail.
Richard Haeg said he initially rejected Supervisor Bill Wilkinson’s request that he run for town board.
As economy faltered, Retreat’s calls increased
Jeffrey Friedman, executive director of the Retreat, inside his East Hampton office, where he helps lead the fight against domestic abuse throughout the East End.
Dems seek votes, local say with F.A.A. pledge
Democrats running for town board have pledged not to take federal grants for the East Hampton Airport in order to seek more local control over its operation.