Fire chief makes a pitch for Playhouse generator and an evacuation plan
Montauk Fire Chief Rich Schoen, standing, looked at maps that Peter Joyce, a fireman and former chief, has identified as being among the most vulnerable to damage should a storm like Hurricane Sandy hit Montauk.
Stanzione and Overton to share top of ticket
District budgets for 50 computers, propane bus
South Fork native was bus organizer for rally in D.C.
Dan Asselin, second from right, served as a volunteer bus organizer for Forward on Climate, a rally to combat climate change held in Washington, D.C., on Sunday.
Attorney for Save Sag Harbor claims expansion of nonconforming use
The future of the Harbor Heights service station’s proposed expansion was discussed at the zoning board of appeals on Tuesday night by an attorney hired by Save Sag Harbor, a civic group.
Faced with aging municipal fuel tanks and pumps, East Hampton Town and Village are banding together to seek a state grant to build a new, joint facility.
Hefty bill for heftier carcass is contested
Carrie Ann Salvi
Investigation leads to driver with several prior convictions
Edward L. Orr was arraigned Friday in East Hampton Town Justice Court on charges stemming from the apparent hit-and-run death of John Judge as he crossed Main Street in Amagansett on Oct. 23.
Village weighs leash law and stiffer regulations as summer nears
The East Hampton Village Board is considering greater restrictions of dogs on village beaches in the summer months and a requirement that they be kept on leashes.