Articles

    Two candidates are running for one five-year term on the Montauk School Board. The open seat is being vacated by Therese Watson after 29 years. The candidates, Lee White and Honora Herlihy, both have children in the school.
    Changes are afoot in downtown Montauk in time for the summer season. One is a trash recycling pilot program; the other the institution of a two-hour parking limit in much of the area.
    A Wainscott woman who refused to be searched at East Hampton Town police headquarters following a car crash Sunday afternoon stripped off all her clothes in protest, according to the arrest report.     Responding...
    The East Hampton Town Police Department and the County District Attorney’s Office have closed a loophole in arrest procedures following a not-guilty verdict handed down in March by a local jury.
Amagansett A Stihl chainsaw and a Jaquelyne armchair were taken from a Surf Drive house early last month. To replace the missing items it will cost about $800. East Hampton Three screens were cut over the winter months in an apparent...
    The storage building used by lifeguards at East Hampton Village’s Main Beach, damaged by Hurricane Sandy last October, will soon be demolished and reconstructed.
    Ruth Holcomb, a former model and education activist who was active in volunteer work throughout her life, died at Southampton Hospital on April 24. She was 82 and had recently suffered a stroke.

    Delroy McCauley Campbell, a pillar in Montauk’s Jamaican community who was known to many as the face of the Sunday brunch buffet at Manucci’s restaurant, died on April 10 at Brookdale University Hospital in Brooklyn....
    Tim Lee, a Springs photographer and artist whose eye and sense of design were revealed not only in his photographs but in his collection of “vintage industrial” antiques, his sculptures made from them and from mounted...