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Days after a pondfront property owner successfully lobbied the East Hampton Town Trustees to allow increased testing of Wainscott Pond, sampling conducted by researchers from the Stony Brook University confirmed a bloom of toxic cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, there.
Mary Lou Kaler now cares for four adopted Shires at the former Dune Alpin Farm in East Hampton.
Representatives of the Maidstone Club, the private club situated on more than 200 oceanfront acres in East Hampton Village, will ask the village’s zoning board of appeals for a special permit to construct a 300-square-foot chicken coop when the board meets tomorrow.
A benefit will be held on Monday at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett for James Pellow, a longtime bartender there and an East Hampton native. Mr. Pellow has been out of work all summer and faces an uncertain medical future after being diagnosed with heart failure and a blood clot in his heart.
East Hampton Town’s new port security and firefighting vessel, the John L. Behan, was officially commissioned yesterday in a ceremony at the United States Coast Guard Station in Montauk.
East Hampton is set for an exciting Saturday, as the 121st annual Ladies Village Improvement Society summer fair comes to 95 Main Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“Technology is the engine of innovation and job creation today,” said Christina Lewis Halpern, the founder and executive director of All Star Code, an organization that helps African-American and Latino boys learn about computer science and coding, in anticipation of its fourth annual benefit on Saturday at the Lewis residence in East Hampton.
While the results of an East Hampton Village questionnaire seeking residents’ opinions on deer management are not yet known, the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton, which helped pay for the village’s highly controversial deer sterilization program, has invited the public to a forum today on how deer affect human health.
New developers purchased the dilapidated house at 6 Union Street for more than a million dollars than what it was purchased for at auction a year ago.
Cycling routes of 25 and 60 miles, as well as a 5K walk in Sag Harbor, will raise money for the Wounded Warrior organization. Day-of registration will be welcomed.
Because East Hampton Village restricts the height of a garage to 20 feet, Jim and Gretchen Johnson, owners of a century-old house at 31 Old Beach Lane called Nid de Papillon, need a seven-foot variance for a garage.
Wind farm officials hear fishermen's pleas and are exploring an alternative to an initial plan to route the installation's transmission cable through Gardiner's Bay.
The annual East Hampton Lions Club chicken barbecue is a week earlier this year and has been relocated to the American Legion from the Ladies Village Improvement Society fairground.