Man accused of breaking into music mogul's house will undergo psychological evaluation
Quamine T. Taylor walked from East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday. T.E. McMorrow

Trustees don’t want town lands commercialized
The East Hampton Town Trustees are poised to ban for-profit activities on town beaches. Durell Godfrey

New connections, added lanes, marked routes
Bike lanes such as this one, on Route 114 on North Haven, will be coming to the South Fork next spring. Carrie Ann Salvi

Town makes C.P.F. whole and builds surpluses

In second driest year in decades, local departments cognizant of danger
Fire departments from across Suffolk received invaluable experience from the April brush fires in Manorville and Ridge.

Budget hearing lasts seconds, to general amazement

‘The public health of the people is at stake,’ Councilman Stanzione says
A draft report by an East Hampton Town deer management working group may lay down a path to reduce the deer population. Durell Godfrey

Montauk hot spot will start summer with fresh team of owners

State restricts use of phosphorus in fertilizers and ‘weed and feed’ products
Homeowners have been told to limit fertilizer use, which has contributed to poor water quality, shellfish declines, and contamination of swimming areas. Carrie Ann Salvi

Spending to dip; some teaching staff eliminated