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John Lockman Helmuth Jr. died on May 15 in Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, two days after having a massive stroke. The former East Hampton resident was 70 years old.
“Exploring the Other Island,” John Turner’s recent book on Long Island’s unique and fascinating natural history, is the latest in a long series of modern-day publications on this subject dating back to“Exploring the Other Island,” John Turner’s recent book on Long Island’s unique and fascinating natural history, is the latest in a long series of...

The future of a deteriorating, almost landlocked dock in Gardiner’s Bay is making waves among members of the Broadview Property Owners Association, who own houses in what was once Amaganset’s Bell Estate.
At a work session on Tuesday, a majority of board members said they would neither approve rezoning the Baker House nor the Wainscott Post Office.
Adam Kelinson of Amagansett is a high performance athlete who found himself floating facedown in the ocean unable to move after being struck on the head by his stand-up paddleboard while surfing at Ditch Plain in Montauk.
Raymond Gualtieri, the superintendent of the East Hampton School District, will be heading to Pennsylvania at the end of July.
“It was three plastic bags in tree branches in the water that put me over the edge,” East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. said at a village board meeting last Thursday, while discussing a possible prohibition on plastic bags in the village.

Two Montauk entrepreneurs, are getting into the T-shirt game.