The Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt, which now includes 325 members, oversees 1,100 acres between Sag Harbor and Sagaponack — 800 acres of which are preserved by either the Nature Conservancy, Southampton Town, or Suffolk County.
Mindful of the density and scarcity of parking in the neighborhood, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals took a long look at a proposal to alter a pre-existing nonconforming residence and make several additions to a .3-acre parcel on...
Coastal Living magazine has included Main Beach in East Hampton Village in its first March Madness Beach Bracket, modeled after the college basketball playoff brackets, in a competition called the Best Beach in America 2016. Voting is open at...
A decade after its founding, the Wellness Foundation of East Hampton has guided thousands of East Enders through its six-week “wellness challenge” and created a posse of student “wellness warriors” who have participated in its Healthy Food for Life program.
Renewable Energy Long Island, a nonprofit organization that advocates a transition from fossil fuels, will host a forum on wind energy on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the East Hampton Middle School.
Any local building department file contains deeds, architectural drawings, board approvals, and the like, but those looking back at the old Bulova Watchcase factory project will also find a bound book and hundreds of digital images documenting its recently completed renovation.
Despite the unwillingness of the owners to sell the properties on Ferry Road, Sag Harbor Village officials are moving forward with plans for a waterfront park they want to see next to the bridge to North Haven.
The unmistakable signs of spring are stirring. The eighth annual Am O’Gansett Parade, which its organizers proclaim is the world’s shortest, will commence at noon on Saturday and conclude a few minutes later.
Sag Harbor Village officials unveiled conceptual drawings and related details on Friday for a waterfront park they would like to see on Ferry Road, despite unwillingness by the private property owners to sell the property.
The actress Candice Bergen and her husband, the real estate magnate Marshall Rose, have owned a house at 72 Lily Pond Lane, which was featured in Architectural Digest, for years. On Friday, the attorney Thomas J. Osborne was before the East...