Delighted squeals, quiet engine on one of the year’s last trips to Long Wharf
Jim Ryan, whose idea it was to offer passenger ferry service between Greenport and Sag Harbor, was its captain on Saturday, making several trips in and out of Mitchell Park Marina.
Carrie Ann Salvi
Grant will help bring filmmakers to schools
Chowders, awards at trustees’ annual celebration
Heroes and heroines of the annual town trustees’ largest-clam contest included, clockwise from top left, Jim Sullivan, who won the chowder contest; Linda Calder, who dug the biggest clam, a 2.9-pounder; Edward Hoff III with the biggest bivalve among junior diggers, and Peter Van Scoyoc, town councilman and master chowder judge.
Morgan McGivern Photos
Some want no through traffic or big trucks off Cedar Street
He thought the gun wasn't loaded, police said
Mayor vows to review chairman’s actions
Andrew Goldstein, chairman of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals, pictured last year, was booed at the board's meeting on Sept. 14 after he told the lawyer representing the Maidstone Club to sit down or he would call security.
Cause was electrical, fire marshal suspects
The roof and second floor of this Long Lane barn were destroyed by an electrical fire last Thursday afternoon.
Legislator thinks it would be the first time the county sued one of its towns
To create drainage to alleviate flooding, the town had agricultural soil removed from protected county farmland.
David E. Rattray
Settlement track abandoned on lawyer’s advice