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The Fourth of July may be officially over, but the fireworks celebrations continue.
Any plan for an engineered beach, paid for by taxpayers — such as that called for in the Corps plan of first choice, which would maintain the beach at Soundview, in addition to dredging — must be accessible to the general public.
Maidstone’s experts make case for irrigation plan
State legislation was passed in Albany last week allowing East Hampton Town to sell its 50-percent share of the Poxabogue Golf Center in Sagaponack to Southampton Town
The Springs School Board annouced on Friday that Dominic Mucci will be returning as interm superintendent.
An East Hampton man arrested on a charge of child sex abuse stemming from an alleged 2004 incident was released yesterday after time ran out on the Suffolk district attorney to get an indictment.
Community members expressed dismay at an East Hampton Town Board work session Tuesday over the board’s recent bickering.
Montauk residents take their claims to federal court
The community covenants prohibit any kind of coop for the housing of chickens.