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Last week Save Sag Harbor, a not-for-profit group of volunteers, was able to persuade the developers of the Bulova watchcase factory to stop cladding the exterior of the project’s town houses with synthetic materials
       Rowdy Hall, the East Hampton restaurant that served as Democratic headquarters on Tuesday night, was crowded and lively. Larry Cantwell, who ran unopposed for town supervisor, stepped comfortably into his role as...
The debate over whether to unleash drug-sniffing dogs at East Hampton High School cleared its last and final hurdle Tuesday night, with the school board unanimously voting to amend its policy
The owners of waterfront properties are seeing sharp increases in the cost of their federal flood insurance premiums
       “Cautiously optimistic” was the term being bandied about as the East Hampton Republican faithful gathered Tuesday night at Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett to await the results of the town elections.
A study of the East Hampton Airport commissioned and paid for by airport users and businesses, has deemed the facility a “vital transportation asset” for East Hampton and an “economic engine” for the East End
The top of the Cedar Point Lighthouse was removed last week for restoration and taken by barge to Sag Harbor.
Fred Overton, a Republican with Independence and Conservative Party backing, was joined in victory by a Democratic newcomer, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, while Larry Cantwell, the Democrat who ran unopposed, cruised to a win as town supervisor.
The new owner of the East Deck Motel, someone local who has not yet been named, has already begun work there, but it will not be a motel, according to its former owner.