Rose Brown, a member of the East Hampton Village design review board and the former chairwoman of the planning board, has declared her intention to run for one of the two village board seats up for a vote in the June 19 election.
Women are givers, said Debra Boulanger, who runs a life-coaching service that offers women the chance for personal and professional reinvention.
Aaron Bruno, 29, “died doing what he loved,” his mother said. “Fish, fish, fish. That’s all he wanted to do. . . . He was born with a fishing pole in his hand.”
The East Hampton Town Board will move to create a water supply district in Wainscott to address concerns over contamination in an area near the East Hampton Airport, where perfluorinated compounds have been found in several residential wells.
Anger and frustration boiled over last week in a heated public meeting on a proposal to lower recreational black sea bass limits in New York waters for the 2018 fishing season.
Brendon Henry is the youngest of six candidates seeking the Democratic nomination to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin in New York’s First Congressional District.
Kate Browning and Lee Zeldin each received endorsement from political groups with low enrollment in the First Congressional District.
A proposed Sagaponack subdivision on the south side of Montauk Highway has drawn the ire of the East Hampton Town Planning Board.
The East Hampton Town Planning Board held a public hearing on March 28 on a site plan that would allow AT&T to place cellphone antenna panels on a World War II-era fire-control tower at the Montauk Lighthouse.
In less than six weeks, on May 15, voters in school districts across the state will head to the polls to cast their ballots on next year’s budgets and board member elections.
I-Tri, which promotes leadership and life skills for girls, is looking for women who have achieved success in their adult lives to volunteer as speakers and mentors.
The email I received last Monday was ominous: “Jon, are you around? There are some things on the boat I would like to discuss.” Discuss? It sounded more like a doctor preparing you for a negative medical report.
Hundreds of thousands of students, parents, teachers, and their supporters marched through streets across the United States and around the world on Saturday, producing yet another stark visual riposte to the public inertia that usually follows mass...