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State officials will hold a listening session on cleaner, safer, and more reliable low-carbon transportation at a meeting in Wading River on Tuesday.
Buses will substitute for some mid-day, off-peak weekday trains between Montauk and Babylon Monday through Friday, then again on Oct. 29 and Nov. 2.
Based on its latest rounds of water testing last week, Concerned Citizens of Montauk is again urging people to avoid contact with the water in Fort Pond, where a blue-green algae bloom persists.
“Gone,” a film that accompanied a 10,000-word expose last year in The Suffolk Times about the 1966 disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz, a Cutchogue woman who grew up on her family’s farm in Sagaponack, will be shown at the Hampton...
Montauk Youth’s annual field day will be held on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at Third House. The free event includes a bounce house, a tug of war, face painting, relay races, and live music by the 3B’s. Hot dogs, soup, chili, and snacks...
The Trump administration’s hardline policies regarding undocumented immigrants, and remarks by the president that many construe as racist, have fostered a climate of terror among the South Fork’s Latino community, its effect dramatically played out...
Six thousand or so secondhand books, warehoused in three rooms upstairs, were in pretty good shape, but the floors of the Springs Library’s 167-year-old Ambrose Parsons House were buckling under their weight. The house belongs to East Hampton Town,...
Lessons about family rarely unfold in dramatic thunderclaps. But death has a way of clarifying what is important and what is not.
Prayers for peace and for the country will be offered at the annual Rosary Rally on Saturday at noon at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk.
A proposal to use $4 million of the Town of Southampton’s community preservation fund to buy the development rights and a historic preservation easement on the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will be the subject of a public hearing on Oct. 23 at 6 p.m...
A $3 million project to rehabilitate Long Wharf in Sag Harbor was presented to the village board on Tuesday by Paul Boyce, the president of the engineering firm P.W. Grosser Consulting. No action was taken.
A joint effort that brought together the county, the trustees, the Nature Conservancy, and the town’s Natural Resources and Planning Departments resulted in targeted application of methoprene based on weekly mosquito larval sampling and its...
The East Hampton Town fire marshal's office said an overloaded power strip in the school's science room was to blame for a small fire on Monday.