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The community covenants prohibit any kind of coop for the housing of chickens.
Accounts differ on which side started late-night fight outside Montauk bars
Chet Basher, a 70-year-old Special Forces Vietnam veteran and longtime summer resident of Louse Point Road in Springs, is riding his bicycle across America to support the Wounded Warrior Project.
After a Coast Guard inspection today and an expected county vote on Tuesday, the Peconic Jitney passenger ferry will be able to hit the harbor for 100 days.
A proposal that would place four branches of town government under the supervision of a new Environmental Protection Department failed to pass muster at a meeting of the East Hampton Town Board.
Unpublicized campaign nets 15 in Southampton; who’s next?
While most Montauk residents were sleeping, a brawl that bystanders said was a bias crime broke out downtown in the early hours Monday.
There will be no nail biting for anyone on Tuesday, East Hampton Village’s election day, as every race this year is uncontested.
In Sag Harbor Village, three people are seeking two seats on the village board
A partially built barn in Wainscott, standing on land that community members and East Hampton Town paid to preserve, is presenting a legal quagmire.
Regulations for surfing lessons, yoga instruction, and photo shoots on the beaches have not been spelled out but could be soon.

Allegations that East Hampton Town officials had improperly intervened in decisions regarding the issuance of a building permit for renovations at the former Ronjo motel in Montauk are “totally baseless
The tale woven by the exams seems to show something that the district already knows: that the many students of limited proficiency in English, also known as English language learners, bring down the scores on the English