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Matthew Norklun first publicly stepped into the whole dogs-on-beaches mess when, on Sept. 3, 2008, he left a bag of dog...
During the Revolutionary War, the Royal Navy maintained a presence on the East End. Cherry Harbor on the west side of...
Residents of Newtown Lane and nearby streets packed the room during an East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Friday to hear...
The possibility that the Montauk Harbor Inlet will get an emergency dredging this year moved closer to reality this week.
Voters reject calls to block 2011-12 spending plans. Lowey and Hope are the winners in East Hampton.
The Federal Aviation Administration cleared the way for the MTK: Music to Know festival to be held at East Hampton Airport in August, notifying town officials on Tuesday that ...
The Stella Maris School in Sag Harbor, the oldest Catholic school on Long Island, will close at the end of this year due to mounting financial difficulties.
An East Hampton family that has tried for many years to gain final planning board approval for a four-lot commercial subdivision on land between ...
Arthur French handed the East Hampton Town Board a check for $11 at a meeting last Thursday night. “That’s my tax savings,” he said, telling the board to...
The sky may not be falling, but the water is rising, and Eileen Raffo’s house on Shore Road at Lazy Point is in peril of being...
Representatives from the League of Women Voters who appeared before the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday night made a push for...
“You put a latex paint over anything shiny, without priming it, and it’s going to peel,” Kenny Layer of Aboff’s Paints in East Hampton said yesterday.
The future of Stella Maris Catholic Regional School in Sag Harbor has been clouded by reports of...