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Signs limiting or excluding certain vehicles, and strict enforcement of traffic regulations, are imperative to reducing congestion on residential roadways.
Chowder has deep roots in the Northeast, especially here on Long Island. It should be taken seriously.
A new program titled Filmmakers in the Classroom hopes to expose the community’s youngest residents to the riches of cinema.
Delighted squeals, quiet engine on one of the year’s last trips to Long Wharf
Frank A. Hanna, accused by the East Hampton Town police in the accidental shooting of a friend, pled guilty to one felony charge and was sentenced to a year in prison.
A Long Lane fire involved the East Hampton, Springs, Amagansett, and Sag Harbor Fire Departments.
At issue is a multimillion-dollar contract for a school construction project that dates back to April 2002.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals voted on Friday to require a full environmental study of the Maidstone Club’s proposed irrigation system overhaul, prompting a heated debate.
The New York State Department of Health confirmed a third human case of West Nile virus in Suffolk County this week and is analyzing several other potential cases.