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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.
Approximately 100 people attended the South Fork Clean Energy Forum on June 15 at LTV Studios in Wainscott, at which officials from government, PSEG Long Island, and renewable energy companies discussed the transition from fossil-fuel sources that scientists say is urgently needed to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.
Known now as Jazz for Jennings rather than Jazz at Jennings, the brunch-and-music fund-raiser for the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center will return on Sunday for its second year.
Two locations in East Hampton Town are being considered as sites for a satellite emergency care center Southampton Hospital plans to build here.
Sag Harbor Village voters gave a resounding yes Tuesday to an increase in the pension-like incentive program for members of the Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
With no public comment save for a plea that future deer-management efforts be more humane than recent practices, the East Hampton Village Board adopted a 2016-17 budget at its meeting on Friday.
Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor Village, the oldest synagogue on Long Island, is marking its 120th anniversary this year. Members, guests, and dignitaries will gather for a celebratory dinner on Sunday at Osteria Salina in Wainscott.