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There may be nine months to go before Election Day, but already in East Hampton Town, Republicans are close to firming up their slate and Democrats are gearing up for serious deliberations over who will get the top spots on their ticket.
Expectations are high this weekend not only for snowfall, but for crowds flocking to bask in the joy of indoor and outdoor fun at the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s annual HarborFrost celebration.
F.A.A.’s okay will be more likely if problems are well defined and targeted
Just why an unknown number of East Hampton Town taxpayers did not receive their property tax bills at the end of 2012 is being questioned.
    A vision of Sag Harbor 10 years from now was imagined on Saturday afternoon by more than two dozen residents — lifers, newcomers, year-rounders, and weekenders — at a Sag Harbor Active Transport workshop held in the...
    Nonresident parking permits for East Hampton Village beaches are selling briskly.     As of noon yesterday, some 600 permits had been sold since they were made available last Friday, said Sue Dayton, principal...
    It was another rousing meeting of the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday. Beach erosion was a primary concern, and Steve Kalimnios, the owner of the Royal Atlantic Resort Motel, spoke passionately about his efforts to...
    A celebration of life service for two men who were presumed lost at sea aboard the Foxy Lady II, a commercial fishing vessel that frequently packed out in Montauk, will be held on Deer Isle, Me., on Feb. 24.
    After months of uncertainty over the future of its adult education program following sharp cuts in its annual budget, the East Hampton School District has announced that a pilot program will run from mid-March to mid-April, with...