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East Hampton residents, and the elected officials who took up their cause, have obtained a commitment from PSEG Long Island to re-examine its plans and map out a way to lay six miles of high-voltage electrical transmission line underground
The particulars of an age-old scenario was played out at an architectural review board hearing in Southampton Village last week. Adrenaline in the room was nearly palpable as a parade of well-heeled citizens streamed into Village Hall. At issue was Joe Farrell’s proposal to erect a 5,135-square-foot house on Hill Street
What began as a grassroots effort late last year seeking the Congressional Medal of Honor for a fallen Sag Harbor Marine has now become a piece of Congressional legislation
In the beginning there were four men and it was on St. Patrick’s Day 1947 that they decided to march from one end of Montauk’s main drag to the other. They ended up at what is today the Shagwong Tavern, and an institution came to be.
Representative Tim Bishop introduced a bill Thursday requesting presidential review to determine whether Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter and Coporal Jonathan Yale are eligible for the military's highest award.
A state judge has lifted a restraining order allowing boulders to be placed on beach — over trustees' objections.
Moshe A. Stephens held without bail due to two prior felony convictions after the East End Drug Task Force picked him up on drug sale charges.
Fire departments responded Wednesday night to a fire believed to be electrical in nature at an unoccupied house on the corner of Harrison Street and Robeson Boulevard.
The quality of many East Hampton Town waterways is excellent, according to recent testing, but problems in Three Mile Harbor and Georgica Pond require particular attention.