Motels reassure guests about the beach as reconstruction efforts continue
Workers installed a protective, sand-filled tube along the Montauk ocean shorefront on Thursday.
David E. Rattray
Right person on the details could free up pols for bigger things, it’s argued
Lynn Sherr, left, moderated a forum Saturday on the council-manager form of government. Larry Cantwell, right, the East Hampton Village administrator, was among a panel discussing the idea’s pros and cons.
Neighbor’s complaint convinces inspector new variances are needed
Laura Michaels of Edgemere Road spoke Monday at a Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee meeting about problems she was aware of with a building permit issued to neighboring property owners for a new house on their Fort Pond waterfront lot.
Harry Dalian, left, at his arraignment Friday on charges that he impersonated a police officer during a visit to the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton on May 1.
Not everyone wants the supervisor’s ‘reward’
Beach House hopes this is enough, already
A public hearing will be held this Wednesday at the East Hampton Town Hall by the town's planning board for the site plan reviews of the Montauk Beach House's pool side bar and boutique.
Culinary arts is an important part of school curriculum, and it’s lunch, too
Stephen Cummings helped prepare lunch for his fellow students at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton on Tuesday.
Ambassador tickets were forgeries, police say
No GPS and one long island spelled trouble 35 years ago
Bryce Muir of Maine, Amazon’s captain, stood on the beach in front of the yacht after she ran aground just west of Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk on May 8, 1978.