All sides arming for fight next Thursday
The East Hampton Town Board’s decision about whether to take a federal grant for security and deer fencing around the airport may have repercussions for future noise abatement efforts there.
Jumping for cupcakes, dogs apparently turned stove on, starting the blaze
A house owned by two families at 68 Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett burned to the ground on Nov. 11, killing two dogs who may have been involved in starting the fire.
A native Montauker conjures what Native Americans saw
Kevin McCann has added Montauket Indian place names to aerial views of Montauk to celebrate the 100th anniversary of William Wallace Tooker’s book “Indian Place Names of Long Island.”
Station offering local and national news could be up and running by the spring
The lighting of the Montauk Lighthouse will take place at dusk on Saturday.
It’s the first time since 2006 that the Sharks have advanced to Division II’s national Sweet 16 tournament.
Home from Afghanistan, a soldier talks about his one-year deployment
Army Sgt. Tony De Petris, middle, veteran of two overseas deployments was recently stationed in Afghanistan.
A double whammy for the Mulligans
An electrical fire in the Mulligans’ house on Fairview Avenue destroyed almost all of their belongings. Montauk residents have rallied to help, but the family still needs a place to live.
Donated venison is boon to food pantries