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East Hampton Town will ask the Army Corps of Engineers to examine the use of sand-filled geotextile tubes in addition to the options that the Corps had presented last month
The two Republicans running for East Hampton Town Board took pains to differentiate themselves from their Democratic opponents and warned against one-party rule at the League of Women Voters debate on Monday night.
The candidates for East Hampton Town Justice, perhaps the most hotly contested race in town this year, were interviewed at The Star last Thursday
The East Hampton Conservators, the political action committee founded by Alec Baldwin to back candidates who are strong on environmental protection, was accused by Republicans this week of violating campaign finance rules
Artists love a challenge, and taking mundane objects and re-imagining them for fun and a good cause must be irresistible as evinced by the ninth annual Artist Birdhouse Auction.
After being arrested in East Hampton Village, Mikey Russell, a former East Hampton High School basketball star, is back in jail again, this time facing four felony charges and a possible extended stay in a state prison system, although which state would incarcerate him has yet to be determined.
The playground of the famously rich requires drones to service plutocratic wants and whims. Yet, with market-driven real estate values, where can these almost-afterthoughts find affordable housing?
East Hampton Town officials discussed the town’s participation in the Long Island Deer Project, a collaboration between the Long Island Farm Bureau and the federal Department of Agriculture’s New York Wildlife Services
Four fishermen, including a captain who works out of West Lake Marina in Montauk and two other local men, are facing felony charges for illegally spearfishing striped bass