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A Catholic nun, visiting from Syosset, and a year-round Montauk woman were killed in unrelated accidents on local roads in the last eight days.
Thought to be extinct in the state, a thriving colony of nine-spotted ladybugs was found last summer at Quail Hill Farm
The East Hampton Town Board once again discussed deer management at a work session Tuesday, agreeing, it seemed, that an initial assessment of the numbers of deer would be needed.
As of yesterday, several groups were planning demonstrations near the Meadow Lane, Southampton, residence of Julia and David Koch, where a $50,000-a-plate ($75,000 per couple) dinner is set to begin at 5 p.m.
With an unadvertised “soft opening” last Thursday, Jim Ryan saw an increase in passengers each day. By Sunday, over 400 passengers had ridden aboard the Peconic Bay Water Jitney.
The General Services Administration is auctioning off two lighthouses in our neck of the woods. Bids, starting at $10,000, are now being accepted
The Fourth of July may be officially over, but the fireworks celebrations continue.
Maidstone’s experts make case for irrigation plan
Any plan for an engineered beach, paid for by taxpayers — such as that called for in the Corps plan of first choice, which would maintain the beach at Soundview, in addition to dredging — must be accessible to the general public.