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A Springs School bus driver raised the issue of overcrowded school buses and potential safety hazards posed by unruly children on her bus.
The Maidstone Club has withdrawn an application to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals for permits and variances to construct a 352-foot-long concrete bridge spanning a small section of Hook Pond north of Dunemere Lane.
A ruling on numerous motions filed in Suffolk District Court in Central Islip by attorneys for Sean P. Ludwick, the Manhattan developer accused of vehicular homicide in an early morning crash in Noyac in 2015, is expected from Justice Fernando Camacho on Feb. 16.
The Southampton Town Police Department’s new chief will not report for full duty until mid-March, two months later than initially expected.
I frequently ask myself why there are so many artists plying their trade on the East End of Long Island. Yes, it’s close to the museums and major galleries in New York, but I think the main reason they are here is the setting. In other words they find the pastoral spaces, ocean and bays, bluffs and woodlands both provocative and attractive. And...
State projects enough energy to power over 50,000 residences from offshore facility 30 miles east of Montauk
Nearly 700 PSEG customers were without power in the Town of East Hampton on Tuesday morning, and Montauk ocean beaches suffered a blow as a northeaster pounded the area overnight.
In what is said to be the largest global human rights event in history, the Women’s March on Washington and its international arm had hundreds of marches planned across 50 countries and dozens of sister marches in cities large and small across the United States on Saturday.
A career criminal already behind bars has now been charged with six more felony counts after an investigation by Southampton Town detectives into a string of burglaries between March and May.
Early in the fall, when fourth graders at the Springs School were brainstorming ideas for their annual opera, which they would conceive, write, and ultimately perform next week, they had to look no farther than the end of School Street.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that almost everyone on the East End knows Eddie Ecker, but now those from other parts of Long Island who flock to Montauk for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will get to know him too.
Between Bridgehampton and Montauk, there is a food pantry in each of the seven hamlets that provides food to hundreds of local residents.
Town supervisor says he will not seek a third term.