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A “survivor tree,” named for a Callery pear tree that endured the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack that destroyed the World Trade Center in Manhattan, will be dedicated on Sunday at 10 a.m. at the North End Common, at 51 Pantigo Road in East Hampton Village.
Barbara Borsack, who had been deputy mayor throughout her 16-year tenure on the board, is no longer in that role.
Huge blue billboards promoting New York State's I Love New York campaign popped up Thursday on West Lake Drive in Montauk, prompting backlash from residents and elected officials alike.
When lightning knocks out the electricity, the Internet is down, or a hurricane renders cellphone contact all but impossible, it will be people like the members of the Bonac Amateur Radio Club who will be there to help.
An underground propane tank and a series of variance requests for an oceanfront lot on Further Lane owned by Michael Fisch, the founder and chief executive of American Securities, kept the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals busy on Friday.
Food Pantry Farm on Long Lane in East Hampton launched its Working Families community-supported agriculture program this week.
A storied 210-year-old house on Union Street in Sag Harbor Village, long abandoned and called a safety hazard by officials, has a new owner who has promised to work with the village and restore the house to its former glory.
Fort Pond and Lake Montauk are more vulnerable than ever, according to the Concerned Citizens of Montauk, because of threats coming from above and below ground.
Energy conservation and cost-savings for homeowners who act to reduce their energy consumption will be the focus of two inaugural Energy Awareness Days next week, presented by East Hampton Town and PSEG Long Island.