With 270 requests this year, few complaints have been heard, town clerk says
Tom Ferreira Tom Ferreira, outside his house on Navy Road in July of 2010
School science program restored after complaints
A duck blind set up on Turtle Island in the northwest corner of Fort Pond in Montauk has nearby residents on edge.
The Lazy Point structure could set a precedent
Restaurant, bar, and poolside cabanas okayed for former waterfront inn
Renovations to the Baron’s Cove Inn will soon begin, with approval for its expansion given unanimously at Tuesday’s planning board session. The name for the new hotel and restaurant has not yet been determined.
Carrie Ann Salvi
‘Farmers’ try offering them on the half shell
Jimmy Lester shucked scallops at the Lester shucking shack off Abraham’s Path in East Hampton on Tuesday, the day after the season opening in town waters.
Ecological impact and accurate count are stressed
The number of deer in East Hampton Town will be counted in the coming months using aerial infrared photography as a first step in a townwide deer management plan, which will be the subject of a town board hearing on Dec. 6.
Timber-frame structures would be preserved in exchange for ‘zoning bonus’
The original Rowdy Hall, built in the mid-18th century, is among the houses designated as a timber-frame landmark by the East Hampton Village Board.
Sam Kramer, a senior at the Ross School, began training his red-tailed hawk two weeks ago as a senior project that sprang from a longtime interest in falconry.