Comments on Point revetment are due tomorrow
The addition of boulders around the bluffs to protect the Lighthouse, a National Historic Landmark that is owned and operated by the Montauk Historical Society, has been a matter of debate for years.
School’s 10-year legal saga finally ending
Kate Maier in 2009
Bars keep a lid on it, while residential complaints rise
50 East Hampton students to miss senior banquet
Administrators at the East Hampton School District handed down a punishment to 50 seniors involved in a senior prank gone wrong.
Neighbor wants noise nixed; board says it resembles a ‘party area’
A tennis court at the former Gardiner property on Main Street in East Hampton Village is at the center of a dispute among neighbors and the zoning board of appeals.
David E. Rattray
The reopening of Fort Pond House in Montauk will be officially celebrated on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Ronald King Jr. of Springs will be brought back to East Hampton Town Justice Court today from county jail, where he has been since being charged Saturday night with felony drunken driving.
Those interested in Tesla Motors and electric driving can learn about both at the East Hampton gallery
Staffers at the Tesla Motors gallery on Newtown Lane prepared to welcome visitors as a Model X sport utility vehicle stood ready for inspection and test drives.