Sunday was as perfect a summer day at the beach in East Hampton as one might have a right to expect, although rights and expectations can vary according to one’s point of view.

Montauk residents mount an offensive against crowds, cars, noise, urine
At an East Hampton Town Board meeting last Thursday night, Debra Foster, a former Democratic town councilwoman, questioned the veracity of some of the data included in a report on housing in East Hampton Town.
In a four-to-one vote last night, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals quashed the Broadview Property Owners Association’s application to remove and replace a crumbling dock.
The teenagers attending the Rena’s Promise creative writing camp were Surrounded by other camp groups playing sports, swimming, and doing arts and crafts on a hot day at the Quinipet Camp and Retreat Center
Since David Hartstein died last month, friends have been working to raise money for his widow and three children. More than 20 local restaurants and chefs, will offer “a taste of Montauk and the Hamptons” in a benefit Friday night at Solé East in...
A full-time volunteer, Alison Thompson spends her time traveling between New York, Haiti, Miami, and Sri Lanka.
A lawsuit filed by residents of the Soundview community of Montauk in January was amended last week to include information that purports to show that the Town of East Hampton bears a greater share of the blame.

Montauk received a holiday gift Saturday night courtesy of a yacht that sailed in over the weekend.
Extended Suffolk Transit service on the S92 and the 10C bus lines has now become available on Sundays and holidays.
East Hampton Town has been paying for health insurance for ex-employees who are not entitled to it, according to an in-house audit by the town’s budget office.

Pastels may be all the rage in the fashion world, but try telling that to East Hampton’s Town Pond, which passed most of the weekend glowing an otherwordly shade of green.