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Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. has endorsed Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst in her bid for Congress.
An archeological survey of close to three acres at the corner of East Hampton’s North Main and Cedar Streets could reveal the locations of wind-powered sawmills once on the site.
A group of 10 coastal planning experts appointed last week to a Town of East Hampton Coastal Resiliency Project Advisory Committee will guide the town in its development of a Coastal Assessment Resiliency Plan, called CARP, over the next two years.
A man fell while possibly experiencing a medical problem aboard the Montauk Star charter boat Wednesday morning, according to the Coast Guard.
Several new businesses have opened for the season in Montauk, and three of them, on the south Plaza, are owned by residents already familiar to Montaukers.
In light of this week’s report that a 4-year-old girl was badly burned on one foot after stepping on the smoldering remains of a beach bonfire at Maidstone Park one thing is clear: The era of freestanding fires at the town’s heavily used public beaches is over.
We all know that the 21st century is different than any era that preceded it. We agree that the technological revolution is creating change that is at least as profound, in terms of human experience, as the industrial revolution. Even more profound, perhaps.
By now too many questions have been raised for the Village of East Hampton to move forward with a second phase of its controversial deer-sterilization project.
High season in East Hampton is nothing like it was even five years ago. There are too many people, too many cars on the roads, too few places to park, too many lines, and not enough peace and quiet.