Two waterfront properties on Lake Montauk and one on Gardiner’s Bay were front and center.
A dead female finback whale, estimated to weigh about 58 tons, was beached on Napeague on Sunday, the same day that a young male pygmy sperm whale washed up, still breathing, about three miles down the beach in Amagansett.
The project to rebuild a bridge at Pussy’s Pond in Springs is nearly complete, and a celebration of the years-long effort to replace the previous bridge has been scheduled for Jan. 27 at Ashawagh Hall.
The resumption of last summer’s trial run of the Hampton Jitney’s passenger ferry between Greenport and Sag Harbor appears in doubt.
Facing $400,000 in repairs at two beaches, village will seek FEMA assistance
Detective Tina Giles will be honored by the East Hampton Town police as officer of the year after leading an investigation that resulted in the arrest of a man alleged to be a repeat sexual abuser of children.
Tropical it’s not. Offshore fishing trips in winter are not for the faint of heart.
The East Hampton Town Planning Board returned for business last night with the same members as in 2012.
    The familiar sight of Ford Crown Victoria police cars patrolling both the town and the village will soon be a memory. The venerable “Crown Vic” is being retired, to be replaced by the Ford Interceptor. East Hampton...