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Another pre-existing, nonconforming building is drawing fire in the political arena this month.
Several years ago, Paul Roman, dressed as Santa with a surfboard on the beach, was featured on the cover of The East Hampton Star’s holiday supplement. Underneath the fuzzy red suit he wore a wetsuit, but the bowl full of jelly was all his.
The announcement two weeks ago that the south end of Three Mile Harbor would not be dredged as planned has not gone over well, but a county legislator sees a silver lining.
Attorney for opponents asking for injunction
Approximately 150 people filled the East Hampton Town Hall meeting room and an adjacent hallway last Thursday night for a hearing on whether the town should seek Federal Aviation Administration funds
A flurry of activity, if not snow, has surrounded the Hook Mill in recent days, as teams of workers donated time and effort to get the East Hampton landmark ready for the holidays.
Rising enrollment at the John M. Marshall Elementary School had East Hampton School Board members and school administrators talking about possible solutions to overcrowded classrooms
Larry Penny, East Hampton Town’s director of natural resources, was suspended without pay for 30 days by the town board at a hastily called work session Wednesday.
Two East Hampton High School Students and one from Westhampton Beach High School admitted to defacing a picture of the boys varsity soccer team.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson has narrowly won a second term, claiming victory by the smallest margin in East Hampton Town history.
Sam’s, the venerable restaurant, and Scoop, the chic boutique, on the block
Broader shores provided scenic evidence this week that the dredging of both inlets was complete — well, almost.
Mr. Ecker will be named the Montauk Chamber of Commerce’s man of the year at its end-of-season party at East by Northeast restaurant next Thursday.