The question of whether a manager or administrator is appropriate and advisable for the Town of East Hampton was the subject of a lively debate at the village’s Emergency Services Building on Saturday.
A new budget, a new village administrator, a new lighted crosswalk, and a new source of fuel at the Emergency Services Building were topics of discussion at an East Hampton Village Board work session last Thursday.
Neighbor’s complaint convinces inspector new variances are needed
Misdemeanor charges for a pistol-toting dad who said he was concerned about an open school door and showed officials a New York police ID, which he had claimed was stolen from him about seven years ago.
A plan to buy jackets with a town logo for every full-time East Hampton Town employee has not been universally well received at Town Hall
East Hampton Town’s chief building inspector, Tom Preiato, will determine soon whether a private club being run at the Montauk Beach House is an accessory to the hotel’s main business or is considered a separate use.
Culinary arts is an important part of school curriculum, and it’s lunch, too
An Amagansett man was arrested on April 24 and charged with forging Hampton Jitney tickets.
On the foggy early morning of May 8, 1978, a strikingly beautiful sailing yacht went hard aground on the rocks just east of Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk.