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Several new businesses have opened for the season in Montauk, and three of them, on the south Plaza, are owned by residents already familiar to Montaukers.
Officials told the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee that the town has begun looking for ways to curtail the possible use of private houses as dormitories for boarding students.
The driver of a car that crashed on Main Street in East Hampton swatted at a spider she spotted in her car, causing her to lose control of it and crash into a pole and a tree.
A month after the board faced a small army of attorneys and owners of large properties who were nearly unanimous in their fierce opposition, the board brushed aside a predicted legal challenge and adopted new restrictions on gross floor area and lot coverage on residential properties.
An Oakdale man led East Hampton Village police on a chase Sunday night that ended when he allegedly crashed the 2001 Nissan Pathfinder he was driving through a fence and into a construction site at busy Bridgehampton intersection.
A woman who fell off a bicycle, and a man who fell from a 15-foot ladder, were flown within a half-hour of each other to Stony Brook University Hospital, the nearest trauma center.
The author died during a physical therapy session in Sag Harbor.
Elmar Hernandez Cruz, 20, of East Hampton, was charged with driving while intoxicated after a head-on crash on Route 114 in East Hampton on Friday night.
Other than the 35 lifeguard trainees who had shown up for what John Ryan Sr. calls “the Joe Dooley test,” which, if they passed, would certify them as ocean lifeguards, there weren’t many at the Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett Sunday morning.
Three solar power plants proposed for town-owned land in East Hampton and Springs would help East Hampton to achieve its renewable energy goals and earn it money in the process, but an initial review of two of the proposals by the town planning...
Ana Nunez is leaving the East Hampton School District to pursue a new career, one that has been inspired by the East Hampton school community itself.
The sterilization in early January of what was reported to be 114 female deer, for which the East Hampton Village Board paid $140,000 to White Buffalo, a nonprofit organization based in Connecticut, is under scrutiny in light of the recent, gruesome deaths of three of the animals and confirmation that three others died as a consequence of capture...
Weekdays in Montauk this month have been almost as quiet as the days after Tumbleweed Tuesday, following Labor Day, when legend has it that the hamlet is so slow you can see tumbleweeds blowing through instead of people.