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Almost anyone who’s lived in or visited Montauk over the last three or four decades is likely to have a tale to tell about the property at 161 Second House Road, recently known as ...
The November ballots for the East Hampton Town Democratic, Republican, and Independence Parties are taking shape this week, and for some...
A standing-room-only crowd that spilled over into the hallway descended on East Hampton Town Hall last Thursday night to demonstrate the strength of public support for beach-access rights, and to ask the board to...
After a vote last Thursday by the East Hampton Town Board, the organizers of the MTK: Music to Know concert now hold two town permits authorizing the Aug. 13 and 14 event. One, being challenged in ...
The wheels were spinning and there were lots of ideas about improving water and habitat quality, but the 21 people who attended the second meeting of the ad hoc Lake Montauk Watershed Committee agreed after a lengthy discussion that traction was...
The Barbara Hale nature preserve along Accabonac Harbor in Springs has long been slated to be restored to its traditional state as an open meadow, but questions arose this week after a landscape designer, at the invitation of the town’s natural resources director, removed dozens of...
Next year will be completely different for Pete Hammerle, a four-term East Hampton Town Councilman who last week withdrew his name from consideration for...
Steve Bellone, the Democratic town supervisor of Babylon, formally entered the race for county executive yesterday at a rally in his hometown, making him that party’s de facto nominee and setting him on a collision course with...