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A political stalemate has developed over the fate of East Hampton Town’s sewage plant on Springs-Fireplace Road.
The few oceanfront homeowners in one of Montauk’s most exclusive neighborhoods say the work of art has ruined the dramatic panorama that stretches down the hoodoo-sculpted bluffs out onto the Atlantic Ocean to the horizon
Visitor From Virginia killed, three injured
The saga of the Montauk Beach House is headed to the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals
Dr. Dempsey is now participating in an international research study of Lyme disease.
The East Hampton Town Trustees keep saying, regulations that protect the beaches and bottomlands, which they own and manage on behalf of the public, are not being enforced.
No interest in public purchase, but pilots may want to buy it themselves
    A plan to divide a 43,000-square-foot Ditch Plain parcel into two lots, one of 20,000 square feet and the other of 23,000, was broached for the first time at an East Hampton Town Planning Board meeting on July 25. Judging from...
A head-on crash between a pickup truck and a Volvo on Route 114 south of Sag Harbor claimed the life of the Volvo driver, Douglas Foster Schneiderman, 51, of Maclean, Va., and left his two passengers and the driver of the pickup hospitalized with serious injuries.