News

It’s the new year and the East End is looking good. The days get longer by a minute or two every 24 hours. As Shelley wrote, when winter comes, spring can’t be far behind.
Populations of 186 mammals, birds, fish, shellfish, and amphibians were described as likely to drop to critical levels unless urgent conservation action is taken.
A Jewish Center of the Hamptons group was in Cuba with a cultural attaché at the United States Interests Section when the groundbreaking news was announced.
Ken Dodge retired this week after 41 years as a physician assistant, wrapping up a career during which he cared for more than a generation’s worth of East Hampton residents and visitors.
The Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of East Hampton, the nine-member board having authority over common lands under the Dongan Patent given them by the king of England in 1686, may be on the move.
Southampton Fire Department volunteers helped wildlife rescuers free a hawk from 35 feet up in a tree in Water Mill on Monday night.
David Osiecki, whose mental competency has been in question since his arrest for allegedly setting a fire at a Bridgehampton house in April, is also accused of trying to burn down a bar in Patchogue five months earlier.
Residents and a village police officer used fire extinguishers to put out a small blaze at 29 Pondview Lane before it could do much damage.
Family appeals for help following brain injury.