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Two Montauk homeowners have been charged with violations of the East Hampton Town Code related to tenant turnover in the houses they rent, which officials acknowledge is a growing problem throughout the town.
An 8-year-old boy was bitten by a dog at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett on Sunday, the dog’s owner then fled, with the animal in tow.
A Sag Harbor man was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday on charges stemming from an April 16 crash on Route 114 that sent two men to the hospital.
A vote on a law that would subject chain stores to additional scrutiny by the East Hampton Town Planning Board is to take place in the coming weeks.
The future of the Springs General Store is unclear, but one thing is likely: After May of next year, Kristi Hood, who has been running the store for years, will not be there.
Many taxi drivers come from out of town, seeking a profitable night’s income they have no hope of realizing elsewhere.
In the wake of Patricia Hope’s surprise resignation one month ago, the East Hampton School Board’s decision about how to fill the vacancy has remained up in the air.
Aboard Leilani, 5:55 Tuesday morning. She and the other sailboats are wrapped in pink gauze, the light fog lifting along with the sun.
A Toyota S.U.V. left on the tracks in Hither Woods was destroyed when it was hit by an eastbound train with nine people aboard.