Articles

One thing East Hampton needs as many of its residents struggle to get along in a sluggish economy is a unifying force at the top.

Voting for East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday is crucially important as much for who is not running as for who is.

Times have changed for the East Hampton Town Trustees, with ever-greater pressures on our shorelines from businesses and homeowners at the same time global warming is causing ecological changes.

Friday, November 4 CROSS-COUNTRY, Suffolk County meet, Class B boys race, 2 p.m., Class B girls race, 3:20 p.m., Sunken Meadow State Park, Kings Park. GIRLS SWIMMING, League III meet, Hauppauge High School, 4:30 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL, county...
Concerned citizens and members of the Quiet Skies Coalition gathered at LTV Studios on Oct. 26 to hear from a panel led by Sheila Jones, an attorney specializing in environmental litigation.
    The East Hampton High School boys and girls cross-country teams have, according to their coaches, Kevin Barry and Diane O’Donnell, enjoyed “breakthrough” seasons.
    Girls soccer, the first of East Hampton High’s teams to play in the postseason this week, thrilled its fans here Monday, defeating Westhampton Beach 4-3, thus coming out on top in the decade-old program’s first-ever...

Doris E. Lyons of Sag Harbor died at San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Greenport on Monday. She was 82.
At the close of Tuesday’s East Hampton Town Board work session, Patrick Gunn, an assistant town attorney who is in charge of East Hampton Town code enforcement, spoke even though he was not on the agenda.