The 40-year-old Millstone nuclear facility in Waterford, Conn., is the same distance from Montauk as Montauk is from the Bridgehampton Commons.
In the 40 minutes it took Dr. Valenti and crew to fire up the backup generator, $9,000 worth of striped bass died.
Georgica Beach regulars are outraged at the apparent attempt by a property owner, Molly Zweig, to usurp a portion of public beach.
As a huge American flag fluttered in the wind from the top of a ladder truck, the Montauk Fire Department dedicated a Sept. 11 monument on the department grounds on Sunday.
“We must never forget the tragedy that happened that September day 10 years ago. Never, never forget.”
Those who shop at the I.G.A. in Amagansett has discontinued the use of plastic shopping bags in the grocery store altogether.
“Under Our Skin,” a much-anticipated documentary film about Lyme disease, will be shown tomorrow night at 7 at LTV Studio 3 Cinema in Wainscott.
In honor of the group’s 50th year, the Montauk Friends of Erin will kick off the season of the green a bit early with a Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day party.
Which of two neighbors rightfully owns a cat, which one woman believes is her long-lost Ragdoll, a cream-colored breed created in the 1960s, will apparently be resolved in court.
Pleanty to see, eat, and do as HarborFest 2011 sails into Sag Harbor this weekend.