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A proposed 200-seat sports bar at East Hampton Indoor Tennis may be headed for a time out, if five town residents get their way. On June 24, they filed an action with the State Supreme Court in Riverhead against the East Hampton Town Planning Board, which has approved both the bar and the expansion of the sports club, asking the court to annul the...
If the fish are hanging 75 yards offshore, most anglers can expect a long and frustrating day on the beach. Unless, of course, they own a new, expensive bait launcher.
Andrea Grover, the curator of special projects at the Parrish Art Museum, will become Guild Hall's new director, replacing Ruth Appelhof, on Sept. 1.
Sag Harbor Village officials are considering the first request for a house larger than 4,000 square feet since enacting new residential zoning regulations in late March.
New York State is pitching in to help the Village of Sagaponack refurbish the historic Sagg Bridge, work that will not only provide much-needed rehabilitation, but also maintain the area’s fiercely protected rural character.
A portion of proceeds from this weekend's carnival in Bridgehampton will benefit the Southampton Community Housing and Development Corporation, a not-for-profit dedicated to identifying and developing affordable housing in Southampton Town.
Kyle L. Rosco, 33, of Sag Harbor was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court Friday morning on felony charges of drunken driving stemming from crash on Saturday evening in which his car rolled over and came to rest on the Maidstone Club's golf course.
A long-awaited description of projects the Army Corps of Engineers proposes to undertake excludes Montauk from the numerous south shore beaches where full restoration is planned.
The charge against Mr. Rosko was further elevated yesterday after police announced that blood tests showed his blood-alcohol level to be over three times the legal limit.