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It was “fire in the hole,” or, in this case, fire in the flower garden on Tuesday afternoon in Amagansett when members of the Suffolk County Police bomb squad detonated a grenade dug up by a gardener installing an irrigation system.
A proposed amendment to East Hampton Town’s home improvement contractors law, discussed by the town board on Tuesday, would extend a...
The Town of East Hampton ended last year with at least $5.9 million in surplus from the 2010 budget, the town supervisor, Bill Wilkinson, announced in a press release last week.
With a cloud-filled sky giving way to rain, East Hampton veterans, boy and girl scouts, and members of several fire departments and ambulance companies marched Monday to mark Memorial Day.
No break yet in hunt to learn whose remains were found on Gardiner's Bay beach on May 21.
A storm of protest blew up last week when people got wind that the Ditch Witch, a food wagon run by Lili Adams at Ditch Plain beach in Montauk, was not the winning bidder for a concession.
Zach Grossman, East Hampton's number-one player, topped all the individual scorers with two even-par rounds of 72, to become the school's first individual county champion.
“Erroneous,” “arbitrary,” “capricious,” and “irrational.” These words were used more than...
As fish numbers decline, ‘quiet trend’ raises concerns up and down coast.