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A fire that broke out at the Montauk Fish Dock next to Gosman’s in the early morning hours on Friday gutted a dockside structure
Peconic Baykeeper cites a ‘serious public health threat’ in shellfish; no warnings to public
Troop buys all-terrain chair for teen with spina bifida
Charles Soriano, who has served as the East Hampton School District’s assistant superintendent for the past nine years, is moving a few blocks down the road to become the East Hampton Middle School principal.
The $35,000 that the East Hampton Town Board’s Republican majority agreed to accept for a portion of a town-owned alleyway that bisects the old Ronjo motel in Montauk has been confirmed by an independent appraiser.
East Hampton Town is on the verge of approving a control facility at the town airport, despite questions about rising cost.
New owners of the Montauk hot spot have agreed to a record-setting fine to cover 100 citations for violations of East Hampton Town Code; the remaining 500-plus citations are to be dropped.
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.