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The matter of a sale of town property to the new owners of the Ronjo motel in Montauk continued to make waves at an East Hampton Town Board meeting last week.
Despite voices of fear and opposition, Mayor Brian Gilbride and the members of the Sag Harbor Village Board voted Tuesday night to allow ferries in the village.
Positions have been terminated and programs have been reduced or, in some cases, eliminated completely in order for districts to come into compliance.
Dowling College in Oakdale is helping to guarantee their future through a Long Island-wide survey.
Close to two dozen speakers expressed unanimous opposition to the law.
      Residents of all ages have been invited to get involved in Marine Meadows, the newest Cornell Cooperative Extension program aimed at restoring eelgrass, a vital habitat for shellfish and finfish, in local bays.
    The Surf Lodge, the popular Montauk club that has been before the East Hampton Town Justice Court and Zoning Board of Appeals on numerous occasions in the last year, can keep its portable dry bar on the patio.
Quamine T. Taylor, who has been accused of breaking into the music and fashion mogul Sean Combs’s house in East Hampton, will undergo a psychological evaluation.
The East Hampton Town Trustees believe that the commercial use of town beaches should be prohibited.
Upgrades to bike lanes, shoulder repair, signs, parking limitations, and pavement markings are planned .
A tight budget, with more revenue coming in than expected, and spending below what was anticipated, helped build surpluses.
Fire departments from across Suffolk received invaluable experience from the April brush fires in Manorville and Ridge.
It was announced at Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting that the district and the East Hampton Teachers Association have reached an agreement, and both sides seemed happy with the results.