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    Many people were pleased to see the excellent turnout Sunday afternoon at a gathering at the Town Marine Museum to talk about the Amagansett Life-Saving Station on Atlantic Avenue. This is a hopeful signal that the town-owned...

Great Honor     Montauk     December 12, 2011 Dear David,     I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Montauk Chamber of Commerce for selecting me for their person of the year. This has...

“Portrait of Long Island”     When it comes to gift-giving, books are all well and good as gestures, but, let’s face it, they almost always go unread. This is where the picture book comes in —...

A judge last Wednesday declined to issue a temporary restraining order that would have prevented East Hampton Town officials from seeking and accepting money from the Federal Aviation Administration for a deer fencing project
Friday marked the 325th anniversary of the day Thomas Dongan signed the document that to a large extent defines this place.
Z.B.A. upholds decision on North Main station and gives retroactive approval to a boardwalk through the Atlantic Double Dunes.
The comforting smell of cooked lentils with rice and freshly baked bread filled the classroom last Thursday at Our Sons and Daughters, a Waldorf preschool located at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
Another pre-existing, nonconforming building is drawing fire in the political arena this month.
Several years ago, Paul Roman, dressed as Santa with a surfboard on the beach, was featured on the cover of The East Hampton Star’s holiday supplement. Underneath the fuzzy red suit he wore a wetsuit, but the bowl full of jelly was all his.
    The Amagansett School library was decked out in holiday finery on Tuesday as the Amagansett Holiday Store — goodies and gifts piled high on four large tables — opened for business.     Unlike other,...
A petition filed by parents who live in the area of Woodbine Drive, Glade Road, and Sandra Road to bring back a discontinued bus stop was denied
The announcement two weeks ago that the south end of Three Mile Harbor would not be dredged as planned has not gone over well, but a county legislator sees a silver lining.
    A meeting of the East Hampton Town Board tonight will include several hearings during which the public can weigh in: on two proposed changes to the town code, on the removal from the list of town nature preserves of three...