News

Despite love of the job, 20 years is plenty
East Hampton Town Justice Catharine Cahill, left, with Jennifer Anderson, her long-time clerk, will not seek re-election this fall after 20 years on the bench. T.E. McMorrow

Long tie-ups are possible between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. during lane closures
Montauk Highway resurfacing in East Hampton Village resumed on Thursday morning after a delay due to an interruption in the asphalt supply. David E. Rattray

The one-acre property could be in for some major changes
A gateway to Ditch Plain, Montauk, may have a very different look if the East Hampton Town Planning Board approves a subdivision proposed for the residential site. T.E. McMorrow

The possibility of selling the house, which was used by community groups, drew strong vocal opposition and caused two lawsuits
Fort Pond House in Montauk remained listed for sale by East Hampton Town at $2 million after a failed attempt by Democrats to take it off the market. Janis Hewitt

May 21 elections and budget votes

Strong support for the village administrator
Larry Cantwell made his quest for East Hampton Town supervisor official on Friday, with strong support from State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., right.

Shelter Islanders each thought the other dead
Mary Ellen Adipietro, left, and her husband, Frank Adipietro, at right, posed before last year’s Shelter Island 10K, which she directs, with Cliff Clark, one of the race’s founders, and Bill Rodgers, Joan Benoit Samuelson, and John Sinclair, three American marathon greats. Carrie Ann Salvi

East Hampton children’s wing expected to be complete by the end of the year
Dennis Fabiszak, East Hampton Library’s director, and Donald Hunting, president of the library’s board of managers, outside the 6,800-square-foot expansion, presently under construction. Morgan McGivern

Environmentalists want action on coastal erosion

Has a booming, nocturnal riddle been solved?