Utility to offer three underground routes, and costs, within four months
Work to complete the installation of 65-foot poles between East Hampton and Amagansett continues, as officials and residents push for a halt to the project.
The Town Hall meeting room was filled to capacity during a sit-down on March 5 between respresentatives of PSEG Long Island, local and state officials, and representatives of a community group opposed to the project. Joanne Pilgrim
A group of rocking Elvises was among those taking part in the 2013 Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day parade.
Carrie Ann Salvi
The parade route follows South Edgemere Street (also known as Edgemere Road) from near the Montauk Firehouse, doglegs past the post office, and ends on Montauk Highway/Route 27 near the Montauk I.G.A. food store.Montauk Friends of Erin
Cyril's Fish House on Montauk Highway between Amagansett and Montauk is a popular afternoon spot for summer crowds to get a post-beach or pre-nightclub drink. East Hampton Town officials voted Thursday to aggressively seek resolution of multiple alleged zoning code violations there.
William LaGarenne, left, and Freddie Parker, right, remained in custody as they left East Hampton Town Justice Court with police officers on Thursday.
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Jeremy Samuelson extended his hand at a meeting Wednesday with PSEG Long Island officials, hoping for a gesture of good faith from the utility's president, David M. Daly, who declined.
East Hampton Town Hall's main meeting room was filled to capacity Wednesday at a meeting where state and local officials, members of a new citizens group, and PSEG Long Island representatives faced off over an ongoing project to install new power lines through several residential neighborhoods and past preserved farmland.John Musnicki
A hearing officer will weigh testimony from village and suspended cop
East Hampton Village Police Officer Julio Galeano, seen here when he was honored as the top cop for 2012, will have a hearing soon.
Complaints? Call the state’s toll-free hotline
David E. Rattray
For undocumented, arrests can open the exit door, with legal limbo in the middle
“The system is broken,” said Alex Kriegsman, a Sag Harbor attorney who often handles immigration problems. “It has all sorts of consequences on the local level.”