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The building that housed Compass real estate, which was destroyed by the fire that ripped through five Main Street buildings in Sag Harbor on Friday, was demolished.
Long-running negotiations between East Hampton Town and the Bistrian family over the town's possible purchase and preservation of a large tract of farmland in Amagansett have reached yet another impasse.
East Hampton Town is discussing using the community preservation fund to further protect farmland by purchasing “enhanced development rights” on land that has already been preserved for farming.
With a “yes” vote on the Bridgehampton School District’s $24.7 million bond proposition on Tuesday, its 86-year-old school building is set for major expansion and renovation over the next few years, which school officials say will give students in kindergarten through 12th grade what they need in today’s world.
The mill cottage on the Lion Gardiner home lot is going to become a museum devoted to 19th and early-20th-century landscape paintings, if plans come to fruition.
East Hampton School District officials, following weeks of community criticism over a proposed school bus depot in a residential district off Cedar Street, are now exploring a different location
The Sag Harbor Village Board on Monday tabled a law that would bring its code in line with state laws and allow bowhunting on private property with an owner’s permission.
After a two-year installation process, the first offshore wind farm in the United States is now operational off Block Island, and still more may be coming to the waters off Long Island.
After considering but rejecting the former Child Development Center of the Hamptons building on town-owned land in Wainscott as a site for a new senior citizens center, the East Hampton Town Board is poised to build a new center on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton behind the existing building, which would be razed.
Sag Harbor residents sent a clear message to the Sag Harbor School District: An artificial turf athletic field is not wanted in the community.
Fire commissioners were elected on Tuesday in four districts serving residents of the Town of East Hampton. In Montauk and Amagansett, where there were contested races, more people than usual turned out to vote.
A fire at house on Town Line Road in Sagaponack on Friday afternoon left the small cottage completely destroyed.
The East Hampton Town Board found itself this week discussing what is arguably the most popular topic of conversation hereabouts — real estate.