Chris Nuzzi, the outgoing Southampton Town councilman who is trying to oust incumbent Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman, came out on the attack at Monday’s League of Women Voters debate in East Hampton.
The usual game of musical chairs — or, in the case of East Hampton, musical stores and restaurants — that takes place each year is hotter than it’s been since the downturn. Buildings and restaurants are selling, and stores are renting — at consistently higher prices.
The East Hampton Conservators, the political action committee founded by Alec Baldwin to back candidates who are strong on environmental protection, was accused by Republicans this week of violating campaign finance rules
Artists love a challenge, and taking mundane objects and re-imagining them for fun and a good cause must be irresistible as evinced by the ninth annual Artist Birdhouse Auction.
After being arrested in East Hampton Village, Mikey Russell, a former East Hampton High School basketball star, is back in jail again, this time facing four felony charges and a possible extended stay in a state prison system, although which state would incarcerate him has yet to be determined.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals announced Friday that it will allow Mollie Zweig to build a rock revetment to protect her oceanfront house on West End Road
Faced with the decidedly loaded question, “Preservation: Have We Gone Too Far?” at a forum last Thursday sponsored by LTV and the East Hampton Historical Society, the candidates for East Hampton Town Board agreed that more needed to be done
Four fishermen, including a captain who works out of West Lake Marina in Montauk and two other local men, are facing felony charges for illegally spearfishing striped bass
The playground of the famously rich requires drones to service plutocratic wants and whims. Yet, with market-driven real estate values, where can these almost-afterthoughts find affordable housing?