Will it protect small businesses or hurt them?
Neighbors cite noise, inappropriate behavior
Although each East Hampton Town residence is allowed no more than four cars per driveway, Theresa Eurell has counted up to a dozen on each of several weekends, the apparent overflow vehicles of paying guests at a rented house on a narrow side street nearby.
John Templeman's South Federal Street, Montauk, house as it appears on its Airbnb listing, where it lists for up to $1,600 a night plus fees.
An attorny with a Manhattan law firm, John Templeman, above, owns a second rental property in Montauk.
For three of the heart attack victim’s rescuers it was a case of déja vu
Richard Hand, center, stopped by the Pierson middle school gym on Sunday to thank fellow basketball players who had resuscitated him when he was in cardiac arrest just a week earlier.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Some of the players who were instrumental in saving Richard Hand, center, when he went into cardiac arrest. From left, Woody Kneeland, Charlie Bateman, Claude Beudert, Dr. Alan Katz, Mark Tuthill and Rick Weissman.Taylor K. Vecsey
Business-friendly time stamps deter beach day-trippers
Joe Donohue, left, an attendant, and Mike Goldsmith, a supervisor, manned the new parking hurdle in Amagansett Square last week.
A big turnout for and against new rules on parking
Numerous tradesmen attended a Town Hall hearing on a law that would limit keeping commercial vehicles at houses to voice concerns about a negative effect on their livelihood.
David Buda, an anti-truck activist who lives in SpringsMorgan McGivern
One man fights to save his blufftop house, others fear precedent and loss of public beach access
John Ryan is facing heavy opposition to his proposal to install an oceanfront stone revetment to protect his house on Surfside Avenue in Montauk.
Diana Walker of Amagansett continued a campaign to persuade the trustees to install video equipment at the Lamb Building in Amagansett
It is more likely than ever that the case will go to a full trial
A 66-year-old man, whose name was not released, called 911 on the morning of July 9 complaining of chest pain, nausea, and profuse perspiration
Nick Calace, third from right, a paid paramedic with the Amagansett Fire Department ambulance company, has been recognized for the care he gave a patient having a heart attack on July 9. He posed for a photograph with the fire district commissioners, from left, Jack Emptage, J. Kent Howie, William Vorpahl Jr., Daniel R. Shields II, and Carl Hamilton.