This year’s house will be on Paul’s Lane, Bridgehampton
Fresh Air Fund visitors got off the bus in East Hampton Thursday ready for week of fun.
Children from New York City posed with their Fresh Air Fund host families and siblings on Thursday afternoon in East Hampton.Lucia Akard
An impassioned protest that drew some 40 people
About 40 people protested a proposed CVS pharmacy at the corner of Main Street and the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton last Thursday.
A rendering provided to the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee by the developers of 2510 Montauk Highway shows what the proposed CVS building would look like.
Bill Wilkinson, a former town supervisor, appears in an episode of "Destination Whitetail," which airs Wednesday night.
Julia Douglas called for passing cars to honk in support.
Casey Fenton (middle) and friends made signs for the protest.Bella Lewis
People gathered in front of the plot of land where the proposed CVS would go.Bella Lewis
Members of the Save Bridgehampton Main Street group showed support for the cause.Bella Lewis
Otis Pearsall stood to the side of the traffic to get cars' attention.Bella Lewis
The project would overhaul the existing irrigation system on the golf course and add irrigation to its 27 fairways
Matt Lester, a Life Scout working toward becoming an Eagle Scout, helped members of the Garden Club of East Hampton install a butterfly garden at East Hampton Town Hall Monday.
A group to focus on the ecological health of Hook Pond
The circle was designed by the developer Carl Fisher in the 1920s
John Keeshan, who successfully lobbied to rename the Plaza after Carl Fisher, received a copy of the East Hampton Town resolution making it official on June 24 from Supervisor Larry Cantwell.
One of the L.I.R.R’s first branches on the East End
The Sag Harbor Historical Society’s exhibit on the Long Island Rail Road in that village includes a collection of artifacts that the curator, Jean Held, found along the old track route.
Defend H2O will advocate for the enactment of stronger water quality standards, sewage management reform, an end to use of the insecticide methoprene to control the mosquito population, and wetlands protection