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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.
The village board will meet with its attorneys and consultants tomorrow at 3 p.m. to introduce the draft law, and a public hearing will be scheduled on April 12, when the board next meets.
The closure is for routine repairs and maintenance, according to the director. The elementary swim program and all aquatics classes, activities, and open swimming times are on hold until they reopen.
With the Amagansett Library acting as the this year's grand marshal, the Am O'Gansett parade was held on Saturday.
At a very brief work session last Thursday, the East Hampton Village Board took a step toward meeting the coming onslaught of summer visitors.
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.
Marine biologists are still trying to determine what caused a harp seal found beached in Montauk to die, though they are cautioning against the public touching stranded seals, which is what happened to this particular one on Saturday.
The Donald T. Sharkey Memorial Community Fund crowned its sixth Mr. Amagansett on Saturday.
The Hampton Coffee Company will host the Southampton Town Youth Bureau's open mike night at its County Road 39 in location in Southampton on Friday, and applications are now available for June's Battle of the Bands.
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...