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The future of downtown Montauk will be the topic at a forum on Saturday hosted by Concerned Citizens of Montauk.
The flood of students in the hallways at the Springs School may seem like a stampede, but it is commonplace at the school, where officials say growing enrollment has put pressure on the aging building.
The alleged ringleader of a Montauk share house that was occupied by 18 people when East Hampton Town authorities raided it at 6 a.m. on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend was arraigned Monday on 46 charges in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
A tentative 2017 budget for East Hampton Town presented this week by Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell calls for $75.1 million in spending, a 1.8-percent increase over 2016. The budget relies on $50.4 million in taxes. If it is adopted, the tax levy...
Paddle Diva has appealed to the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals to reverse a decision by the town’s head building inspector in March that her operation at the Shagwong Marina on Three Mile Harbor constitutes an illegal expansion of its use.
With a crowd of about 200 looking on appreciatively in East Hampton High School’s auditorium Saturday morning, the 1989 gymnastics team, the seven McKee brothers, Ed Bahns, Kathryn Mirras, Brynn Maguire, Sandy McFarland, and the late Eleanor Dickinson Baker and James P. McNally Jr. were inducted into the high school’s Hall of Fame.
Traffic was backed up in both directions on the southern end of East Hampton Village Thursday morning as crews worked to remove a diseased elm, officials said.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency that funds those entities, has awarded the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill a three-year, $83,495 grant for an initiative called Art + Language: A New Design for Learning in three South Fork schools.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture has included images and objects with a Sag Harbor provenance in its first permanent collection installation.
The Suffolk County Department of Health announced on Monday that a mosquito it collected in Bridgehampton between Sept. 12 and 18 tested positive for West Nile virus.
The toxic element made infamous by Erin Brockovich's fight against Pacific Gas and Electric and labeled carcinogenic by the federal Department of Health and Human Services has been found in 93 percent of Suffolk County Water Authority Wells, including a number in East Hampton.
Aubrey Peterson, an East Hampton Middle School eighth grader, was in the room on Monday with such important figures as Gen. David Petraeus and Ambassador James Woolsey, both former C.I.A.
For those for whom a television will not suffice, the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is opening its doors for free so that community members can watch the presidential debates on its big screen.