Dock to Dish brings shares, fresh fillets — and skeptics
Lack of video was key in East Hampton D.W.I. trial’s not-guilty verdict
Melissa Aguanno, an attorney, leaves East Hampton Justice Court on March 22 after a jury voted her client “not guilty” of the two charges she faced, driving while intoxicated, and driving with ability impaired by alcohol.
East Hampton Town Trustee Stephanie Forsberg and Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University collected water samples at a number of sites in East Hampton Town yesterday as part of a trustee-sponsored effort to monitor the presence of algal blooms.
Employee was carrying holiday weekend's cash for a bank drop Saturday night
On Sunday, East Hampton Town Police continued their investigation into Saturday night's armed robbery in the back parking lot of the North Main Street I.G.A. in East Hampton.
Courtesy Peconic Institute
Homeowners taking liberties on leased land
Friends of the late John Judge of Amagansett express dismay over plea deal
Friends of the victim gathered together Monday night, calling for a stiff penalty on Edward Orr, who plead guilty to being the driver in the hit-and-run accident that killed Mr. Judge in October.
T. E. McMorrow
$45,000 for Montauk brewers an ‘enormous expense’
The owners of the Montauk Brewing Company say that a town charge in lieu of new parking spaces would be an impediment to the company's growth.
Chief argues that further budget cuts would damage the department
Carrie Ann Salvi
Page at 63 Main’s take-out area has been gutted for renovation, and an outdoor seating area is proposed for those who wish to take their food or drink outside.
Carrie Ann Salvi