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The East Hampton Town Board voted unanimously on Thursday to authorize additional legal action against Cyril’s Fish House, a popular Napeague bar and restaurant with multiple unresolved zoning violations.
Two men allegedly stole copper gutters from an Amagansett house, and were taken into custody after a traffic stop on Wednesday morning.
Representatives of PSEG Long Island attended a meeting in East Hampton on Wednesday as opposition to a six-mile extension of high-voltage electrical transmission lines continued to grow. They agreed to consider alternatives but said that work would continue for now.
An independent hearing officer will consider disciplinary charges against Julio Galeano, a village police officer who was suspended after an alleged romantic encounter in December at a house he did not have permission to be in.
People often take the back roads to avoid traffic, but this time of year they might be doing the same to get around the myriad massive potholes that pockmark Route 27 from Water Mill to Montauk
For undocumented immigrants, arrests can bring consequences beyond jail.
After several contentious months, the embattled treasurer of the Bridgehampton Fire District has filed a $40 million suit in federal court against the district, its commissioners, and the former chairman of the board
When real estate in Sag Harbor began to dry up, Lori Barbaria, an agent with Douglas Elliman, was among those who started to suggest to customers that they look on North Haven.
Because meals can be delivered to people who want to lose weight, she asked herself why meals couldn’t be provided for cancer patients, along with information about what is safe and nutritional counseling