The United States Coast Guard’s sail training ship Eagle will turn 76 in June.
United States Coast Guard Barque Eagle heeled on a starboard tack
Quamine T. Taylor returned to jail
Bonac students will work with global group
Fred Doss, John Gicking, and Shirin Kerman, rear, at a buildOn school site in Mali in 2006, surrounded by children who had never been to school in a proper building before.
Existing wells would fill reservoir, to make watering golf course easier
A new pond and pump house proposed at the Maidstone Club, plus a new irrigation system, have some wondering about impacts on Hook Pond.
Bowing to pressure, board agrees to alley appraisal
Reduction in number of charges could lead to swift resolution for the club
The Surf Lodge’s legal troubles may be ending as a new summer season approaches.
East Hampton hires Burns; Springs has three finalists
An aviation attorney spoke to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday about how restrictions designed to limit aircraft noise might be implemented at East Hampton Airport.
Pre-K to stay, Project MOST funding to go
150 Montaukers signed petition supporting new owners’ plans for hotel
The grounds of the former Ronjo motel in Montauk (shaded area) are bisected by a narrow strip of town land that had been laid out as an alleyway long ago.