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There will be no nail biting for anyone on Tuesday, East Hampton Village’s election day, as every race this year is uncontested.
After a Coast Guard inspection today and an expected county vote on Tuesday, the Peconic Jitney passenger ferry will be able to hit the harbor for 100 days.
A partially built barn in Wainscott, standing on land that community members and East Hampton Town paid to preserve, is presenting a legal quagmire.
Regulations for surfing lessons, yoga instruction, and photo shoots on the beaches have not been spelled out but could be soon.
A proposal that would place four branches of town government under the supervision of a new Environmental Protection Department failed to pass muster at a meeting of the East Hampton Town Board.
Unpublicized campaign nets 15 in Southampton; who’s next?
In Sag Harbor Village, three people are seeking two seats on the village board

Police say burglar had $50,000 in goods, guns, and Brooks Brothers shirts

Allegations that East Hampton Town officials had improperly intervened in decisions regarding the issuance of a building permit for renovations at the former Ronjo motel in Montauk are “totally baseless