A backlog in the New York State review process for school district capital projects has already caused delays in Sag Harbor and now threatens the ability of East Hampton and Springs to get new projects off the ground in a timely manner.
The Bridgehampton School’s new athletic director, Mike Miller, has been busy brainstorming since his appointment in August.
The Springs School Board hired a district treasurer at its meeting Monday. She will work two days a week in tandem with the recently appointed business administrator. Previously, the district’s business administrator also served as its...
The Family Service League is opening a resource center in the Montauk School. Starting next Thursday, it will be open from 7 to 8 p.m. for Montauk families and from 8 to 9 p.m. for parents only.
The campaign for East Hampton Town Board and supervisor intensified this week with Democratic Party officials suggesting that the Republican candidates have coordinated with a new political action committee with ties to an out-of-state helicopter...
The height of the water table, adjacent wetlands, and allowing a house to be demolished without appropriate approval had all sides in a controversial application before the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals seeing red on Sept. 29.
A housing complex planned for a five-acre property on Montauk Highway in Amagansett is expected to provide affordable living space for community members of mixed income.
Foster Maer, the senior litigation counsel of LatinoJustice, a New York City civil rights organization, has written East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell asking for an investigation into Town Police handling of the death of 21-year-old Gabriela Armijos in September of last year.
Find out what's on the police logs this week.