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Responding to concerns about burning embers left under the sand and the debris left behind after nighttime beach fires, the town board has proposed a new requirement that all beach fires be built in metal containers.
After reports of overcrowding and other problems at Harbor Raw Bar and Lounge near the Montauk Docks, East Hampton Town got a judge on Wednesday to agree to put the clamps on the party.
Hundreds of Montauk residents gathered Tuesday morning at the Montauk Firehouse to vent their fury over the anarchic party scene that has overwhelmed their hamlet this summer.
The arrival of Suffolk County’s new area code on Saturday means residents need to start thinking twice when making local phone calls.
When the Great Bonac Fireworks show, a national-class Grucci Fireworks midsummer display, begins sparkling over Three Mile Harbor on Saturday night, Laura Sobieski will have a front-row seat.
The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor continues to chug through its long, drawn-out construction phase with a completion date projected for the end of this year.
Former Representative Tim Bishop wasted no time at the East Hampton Library on Saturday in answering the question he had posed in the title of his talk — “The U.S. Congress: Is the Branch Still Broken?”
Among the many visitors to the South Fork this summer is a dangerous multicellular organism making an appearance along the shore.
A preview of artwork that will be up for auction at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center’s summer fund-raiser on Aug. 1 is now available for viewing.
A bicyclist received non-life-threatening injuries when he tried to pass a truck as it was turning onto Main Street from Mill Hill Lane in East Hampton Village on Thursday afternoon, according to police.
On Saturday during Soldier Ride the Hamptons, the grandson of Tom Collins, a Springs resident who played a crucial role as a cryptologist in World War II and died in 2011, will ride on Team Sam Scram, a group organized in Mr. Collins’s honor.
Men in traffic stop, already targets of an ongoing investigation, were said to have more than six ounces of cocaine in their possession.
For two hours, people at the meeting berated the board, making emotional statements about Coach Lou Reale's dedication, and calling for the superintendent to reverse the decision.