Editorials

In an eagerness to help shield larger home improvement and landscaping companies from competition from those with less overhead, several members of the East Hampton Town Board have set out to revise the town’s contractor licensing law.

Spending cuts put in place during 2010 have given East Hampton Town an estimated $11 million budget surplus, which will be used to help pay off the internal fund deficits created in the financially disastrous years when Bill McGintee was in charge.

In the end, it was a routine affair — a real estate closing last week that from outward appearances was like...

The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals heard a potentially precedent-setting request Tuesday from an...

An effort to encourage sun-worshipers at some town-owned beaches to carry their trash away with them when they leave is...

Monday is Memorial Day, a time when East Hampton’s Main Street stops for a brief half-hour as veterans and others ...

The Facebook revolution, writ small, hit East Hampton Town last week in advance of a deal to award beach...

Looking at old photographs of East Hampton Town, you are struck by a nearly complete absence of trees and other...

Now that the August alt-rock festival at East Hampton Airport has received a green light, the promoters and town officials will have to work overtime to...