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The man arrested for allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old girl in Montauk was indicted by a grand jury seated in the Suffolk County Criminal Court building in Riverside Friday.
New York State will revise its proposed management plan for mute swans, and there will be more opportunity for public comment.
The Amagansett Fire Department responded to two instances of smoke-filled houses, but no one was hurt in either case.
For more than a decade, alewives have failed to make their spring migration up a narrow brook in Northwest Woods, East Hampton, where once they teemed. But if all goes as planned, the fish could soon return to one of the South Fork’s storied runs.
Buyers have held the cards in the real estate game here since 2008, but a slow switch to a sellers’ market began last year and is taking on steam.
Three and a half months after construction of a rock revetment in front of 11 West End Road in East Hampton was commenced and quickly halted, an application for the same project was brought to the East Hampton Town Trustees, who say they have jurisdiction over the project area
An adult mute swan that was hit by a car near Town Pond on Monday suffered injuries too serious to repair and was euthanized shortly after at Dr. Jonathan Turetsky’s veterinary office in East Hampton
Juan Jose Zhingri-Deleg admitted to multiple instances of sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl living in Montauk, according to court documents. He is being held on $100,000 bail.
East Hampton Town’s protection of open space, farmland, or historic properties through use of the community preservation fund is off to a speedy start in 2014.