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    On the short walk from the Metro I thought, today Paris ought to have been filled with grey fog or rain, as it often is in November. It would be less of an ache for Ned to be leaving. Instead the sun sailed in and out from...

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LongHouse Award     The annual LongHouse Reserve Landscape Award will be presented on Sept. 17 to a firm of Washington, D.C., landscape architects whose low-maintenance blend of indigenous and cultivated elements is well...
Yesterday five residents of Montauk shared their thoughts about the approaching anniversary of 9/11.
Local tree-care specialists have offered a few tips for protecting your property next time around.
At Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting an existential question sparked a lively and sometimes prickly debate.
Les Warner of Betham, Conn., is the self-appointed caretaker of the First House Cemetery
An audit of the East Hampton Town Human Services Department has turned up numerous instances in which supervision and records were lacking.
A storm of outrage caused by the Long Island Power Authority’s struggle to get power restored.