If state law is approved, East Hampton would have to rethink taxis
T.E. McMorrow

Jill Malusky moved from Kentucky to take over as the executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society. Richard Barons, the current director, will retire later this year. Carissa Katz

Rather than pay $11 million toward a $21 million Army Corps of Engineers project that would have added a large amount of dredged sand to the Soundview beach just west of the Lake Montauk inlet, East Hampton Town will instead encourage the agency to focus on dredging the inlet. T.E. McMorrow

T.E. McMorrow

Nov. 29, 1933 - March 31, 2017
James Rosenquist, Nov. 29, 1933 - March 31, 2017
Michael Halsband Photo

“We have been in the business for 40 years. It is great to have the company move up into the modern age.”
As of this week Keeshan Real Estate in Montauk has become part of the Compass network of brokerages on the South Fork. Dave Winter, Anna Berglund, Gabrielle Portella, Maureen Keller, Nancy Keeshan, and John Keeshan, who established his company in 1997, will stay on, along with several other staff members.

Christine Vilar

A daytime incident in which a car struck the curb on Main Street in Sag Harbor on Monday resulted in the drug and alcohol arrest of Yancy Victoria Butler, an actress who has publicly struggled with addition. David E. Rattray