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The East Hampton Town Board collectively denounced the increase in takeoffs and landings at East Hampton Airport in a press release issued last Thursday, calling a 29-percent increase in helicopter flights between 2016 and last year a direct...
Responding to concerns from parents of children who swim at a small beach inside the mouth of Three Mile Harbor at Maidstone Park in Springs, the East Hampton Town Trustees erected sections of split-rail fencing last month to discourage trucks from...
East Hampton Village police arrested two people at Georgica Beach last weekend for allegedly having forged beach stickers.
A Mattituck man was arrested on Aug. 8 after a boating accident in Sag Harbor Bay.
Carolyn Munaco, a Hampton Bays artist and teacher, advocates for clean local beaches, often picking up litter, and she spreads awareness about pollution through her art, which sometimes is made of garbage collected during beach cleanups. She also...
The second annual Bridgehampton Day celebration will take place on Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m., offering food, music, and apparel and other vendors.
The East Hampton Town Board announced yesterday that the town has maintained its top-tier AAA credit rating, as affirmed by Moody’s Investors Service.
Health Care Workers for Gershon, C.S.E.A. Backs Thiele,
Murf’s Backstreet Tavern in Sag Harbor is on the market for $3.5 million, according to Lee Minetree, a broker at Saunders and Associates.
Bridgeton Holdings, a corporation with an expansive portfolio of office, retail, hospitality, and residential properties across the country, bought the 96-room beachfront Atlantic Terrace hotel in Montauk last month. It also is co-owner of the...
As part of the Long Island Shellfish Restoration Project that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced last September, a two-year effort to raise four million clams in Lake Montauk has launched with the installation of two floating upweller systems at Gurney’...
The Drawing Room in East Hampton has a well-edited sampling of works on wood and paper by Saul Steinberg, whose centenary was celebrated a few years ago, but whose artwork seems as sharp and on point as ever.
With the month of August has come a new face to East Hampton and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The Rev. Leandra Lambert, ordained as a deacon in March, began serving as curate, or assistant, to the Rev. Denis Brunelle on Aug. 1.