Sandra Schroeder, the newly elected mayor of the Village of Sag Harbor, took office on Monday afternoon.
The letters begin perhaps like any letter sent from abroad to one’s family back on the old homestead about a century ago — “Dear Ones at Home.”
Kathleen Loraine Kelly of Montauk and Manhasset and Francis Joseph Hurley of Ridgefield, Conn., were married on June 18 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk. They celebrated afterward at the Montauk Lake Club. Msgr. Kieran Harrington...
Anna Elizabeth Simonds and Michael Robert Glennon were married on June 27 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton.
The shops, circa 1797 and 1850, would be moved back to their original location, on North Main Street in East Hampton Village near the Emergency Services Building.
Trustees want beach garbage cans removed from East Hampton Village beaches; village says they’re staying put.
It seems as if Mother Nature has provided an au pair for a pair of Canada geese and their three downy goslings that hang out on Fort Pond near Second House Road and Industrial Road in Montauk.
Looking back on his 21 years on the Sag Harbor Village Board, first as a trustee and finally as mayor, Brian Gilbride said he has no regrets.
Building political will for a livable world is a work in progress, according to Don Matheson, a builder who lives in East Hampton, but if his observations from last week’s international conference of Citizens Climate Lobby are accurate, that undertaking is nearing a tipping point.
The departure of Uber, the app-based car service, following a blitz of tickets given its drivers for lacking the required town taxi licenses, has two East End taxi company owners jumping into the breach.
Child’s burn points to buried-fire problem.
Favored stop for beer and soda to close.
A petition asking the East Hampton Town Board to deny permits for large events on Montauk’s downtown green has gathered over 200 signatures since Memorial Day weekend.