Infrequent water samplings are at root of their beef with D.E.C.
The State Department of Environmental Conservation has reclassified 14 acres of Accabonac Harbor, closing it to shellfishing from May 1 through Nov. 30.
Coverage of Gurney's Inn's sale to an investor was a top story on easthamptonstar.com in 2013.
Resizing government a ‘philosophical challenge’
East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson reflected on his accomplishments and challenges in a recent interview.
Zoning change hearings will resume in 2014
There was a packed house at East Hampton Town Hall last Thursday, when residents showed up for the final town board meeting of the year to speak their minds at hearings on requested zone changes for East Hampton and Amagansett farmland.
Wildlife advocates say culling plan is not justified by fact or by science
A planned deer hunt by hired sharpshooters in the Town and Village of East Hampton could be delayed by a lawsuit filed last week.
Study to look at what’s here, what’s needed, and where it can or should go
The primary thrust at Revel is to act as “owners’ advocates” throughout the construction phases of a project
Anthony Cappa, left, and Greg Baker, partners in Revel Inspired, overseeing a client’s renovation
Two Montaukers take a challenging journey, but with great rewards
Louise Meybert of Montauk greeted Pope Francis and received his blessing during a visit to Vatican City on Dec. 4. She was accompanied on the trip by Bruce Howard, right, a friend who works at the Montauk Post Office.