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An aquatic weed harvester that is to begin removing macroalgae from Georgica Pond this month is of concern to the East Hampton Town Trustees, who own and oversee many of the town’s waterways and bottomlands on behalf of the public.
The East Hampton Fire Department celebrated its first active member to reach 60 years of service at its annual inspection dinner at the Maidstone Club late last month.
The need for seasonal work-force housing is a crisis that only a multifaceted approach will resolve, according to those who spoke yesterday at a breakfast symposium organized by the East Hampton Business Alliance.
Pleasant Lane is to remain a two-way, dead-end street after East Hampton Village officials said last Thursday they would abandon an idea to make it partly one-way and open it up to the village’s long-term parking lot, which sits on the other...
Amagansett School Board meetings are typically quiet and quick affairs, but on Tuesday at the district’s budget hearing a handful of residents grilled the school superintendent and school board on its tax-cap-busting budget proposal.
Sag Harbor Village officials are moving ahead with a plan to tear down the blighted, storied house at 6 Union Street. Following a renewed recommendation from the building inspector last month that the abandoned house be demolished, the board has...
East Hampton Town Police, along with code enforcement officers, raided a Springs-Fireplace Road residence on May 4 and arrested two men.
Tuesday night might as well have been Sag Harbor Village’s annual reorganizational meeting, what with all the resignations and hiring, even though the end of the village’s fiscal year is still a few weeks away and the village election is more than a...
Under the newly enacted gross floor area laws in Sag Harbor Village, the size of a house is tied to the size of its property — capped, for example, at 4,000 square feet on a 25,000-square-foot lot.
Catch or release? That’s the question every angler must answer when a hooked fish is finally in hand.
A contractor has begun work in the municipal parking lot behind Amagansett Main Street on what will one day be the hamlet's long-awaited public bathrooms.
"The preference will be for East Hampton Town year-rounders, living here or working here full time," said Katy Casey, executive director of the East Hampton Housing Authority, "with priority given to fire department volunteers, emergency medical...
The Sagaponack School's proposed 2016-17 budget includes funding for a new playground and more money for teachers' salaries, classroom supplies, library books, activities, and field trips, all while lowering the proposed tax levy.