‘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.
Quiet Skies Coalition wants it used for noise control, demands results of study
The owner of a badly exposed house at the end of Mulford Lane at Lazy Point, Amagansett, has asked the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals for a second time for permission to build a revetment to stave off its fall into the encroaching Gardiner’s Bay.
Long-term strategy over crisis-based approach
Residents here mobilize on ground and via social media for cold and homeless
Dorine Drohan, left, and Marilyn Torres of East End Cares unloaded donated goods at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Belle Harbor in the Rockaways on Sunday.
Who will care for the elders in Sag Harbor Village?
Sag Harbor Police Chief Tom Fabiano, right, helped load an ambulance with supplies collected from the community, and drove along with Ed Downes, president of Sag Harbor’s volunteer ambulance corps, to donate the ambulance to the Broad Channel Fire Department in Jamaica Bay, which lost its entire fleet.
Carrie Ann Salvi