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The phones lit up when customers couldn't get their supply. "There are going to be a lot of people very upset this weekend," Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini said.
The Army Corps of Engineers has indicated that its Fire Island to Montauk Point Reformulation Plan, decades in the making, will provide significantly less sand to replenish Montauk’s downtown ocean beach than town officials had hoped.
A man whose yacht was found discharging waste into Lake Montauk late last month is facing a number of charges brought by federal, state, and local authorities.
A Sagaponack resident’s application to install eight-foot-tall deer fencing along the perimeter of a nearly 34-acre agricultural reserve elicited vehement opposition at a village board meeting on Monday.
Of the estimated 9 billion tons of plastic generated since 1950, some 6.3 billion tons exist in the form of plastic waste, a volume that has overwhelmed our waste management and infrastructure capabilities, with a result of about 8 million tons of...
Insisting that the Town of East Hampton, not to mention civilization itself, faces imminent climate chaos, four residents urged the town trustees on Monday night to look positively on the proposed South Fork Wind Farm.
This weekend is Ellen’s Run, a fund-raiser benefiting the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, which is credited with bringing new medical imaging technology to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
With the month of August has come a new face to East Hampton and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The Rev. Leandra Lambert, ordained as a deacon in March, began serving as curate, or assistant, to the Rev. Denis Brunelle on Aug. 1.
Fifteen people were arrested in Montauk Wednesday in connection with an alleged narcotics distribution ring, Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini's office announced Thursday morning.  "The alleged conspiracy to sell...
The pizzeria, which celebrates its 35th anniversary in East Hampton this week, has survived and thrived not only on the strength of its popular pies — served 362 days a year — but on the amicability of its owners, John and Al Fierro.
Thursday is for music lovers, with two free classical concerts in East Hampton Town: a Music for Montauk Summer Series concert at Third House and Musical Fireworks featuring Vassily Primakov and Natalia Lavrova, a renowned piano duo at the Arts...
Perry Gershon, the Democratic challenger to Representative Lee Zeldin, will be in East Hampton Wednesday evening, hosted by the Democratic Committee.
On the one hand, being called a commodity, a thing to acquire or trade, is degrading, no matter how many camels you say you could get for me. On the other, I'm an old-fashioned girl still on the marriage market, brought up by Greek parents who've...