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Tentative budget numbers released last Thursday by East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell call for a 2.76 percent increase that will be offset in part by $910,000 in savings.
The Ocean Colony Beach and Tennis Club, which occupies a six-acre site  east of the Lobster Roll restaurant on Napeague, wants to enlarge all but one of its units’ decks, but needs an East Hampton Town Zoning Board decision before it...
Affordable housing advocates who have been working on the creation of a 48-unit apartment complex for low-income residents that they had hoped could be built on town land in Wainscott have so far not seen support from the East Hampton Town Board,...
Gordian Raacke, a member of East Hampton Town’s energy sustainability advisory committee, has encouraged the public to attend its twice-monthly meetings. The committee’s meetings are open and take place at 11 a.m. on the first and...
Members of the East Hampton Town Board and candidates for their seats participated in a debate hosted by The Star and the East Hampton Group for Good Government on Saturday.
As Election Day approaches, the East Hampton Environmental Coalition is working toward two goals: Making sure candidates in local races do not forget about environmental causes, and making sure the general public knows which way they stand.
Michael Davis of Michael Davis Design Construction, a builder of high-end houses, proposes merging properties in Wainscott, clearing them, and building a new structure for his business.
A Montauk restaurant and bar will no longer be allowed to have bands playing on its patio or to use speakers outdoors for the next year.
The federal government’s plan to sell Plum Island, a former animal disease research center off Orient Point, will be subject of a public hearing on Monday.