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A Montauk property owner is challenging a town ban on some erosion-control measures in the hope of saving his blufftop house.
Televised meetings would greatly benefit the East Hampton Town Trustees, a resident and frequent visitor to that body’s twice-monthly gatherings urged on Tuesday.
The battle over Cyril’s Fish House, a popular summer bar and restaurant on Napeague, is over as far as its 2014 season goes, but the larger question of whether businesses can be operated in areas zoned for residential use if they have expanded their use, as East Hampton Town alleges Cyril’s has, remains up in the air.
A paid paramedic working for the Amagansett Fire Department has been recognized for the care he gave a heart attack patient earlier this month.
This year, 55 antiques dealers participated, offering a wide range of items from several time periods.
Since founding Gimme Shelter Animal Rescue three years ago, Michelle Montak has helped rescue over 500 dogs from "high-kill" facilities around the country.
Over 600 bicyclists took part in the annual ride Saturday. It supports the Wounded Warrior Project.
An attempt to rescue a man who collapsed in the shallow water on the west side of Three Mile Harbor inlet near Sammy's Beach came to naught Sunday evening when two good Samaritans were unable to resuscitate James A. Weber, 45, of East Hampton.
Family members found a 39-year-old man's body after he failed to return from a kiteboarding outing on Sunday.
Somewhere near Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton there is a very small, very old, very decrepit saltbox house, unoccupied for decades except by raccoons, that is newly in the crosshairs of town and county historians.
No one has taken responsibility for a facsimile of a submarine conning tower that has floated in a manmade sump off Route 114 in East Hampton since April.
Air-conditioners whirred early Tuesday morning as two rows of 5 and 6-year-olds sat cross-legged on the floor of an East Hampton High School classroom, excitedly working on a lesson that builds science vocabulary.
Construction of 48 new rental apartments in Wainscott to provide affordable housing would have a “profound impact” on the tiny Wainscott School, according to David Eagan, president of the hamlet’s school board. The proposal was outlined at an East Hampton Town Board meeting on Tuesday.