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Abandoned buildings on three waterfront parcels in Sag Harbor will be demolished starting on Monday, readying them to become a park linked by land and water to Windmill Park and Long Wharf.
In August, Asian longhorned beetles — exotic, invasive pests that can do serious damage to forest and street trees — emerge from their host trees as adults. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation needs the public...
A mosquito collected in East Hampton has tested positive for West Nile virus, James Tomarken, the Suffolk County health commissioner, announced on Friday. The sample, taken between July 23 and 29, is the first collected in East Hampton to test...
Brian Z. France faced a judge Monday morning on drunken driving and oxycodone possession charges.
It has taken more than 10 months, but Sag Harbor has a pizza parlor again. Sag Pizza opened in the Main Street space formerly occupied by the village's beloved Conca D'Oro earlier today.
Greta Blackburn, a singer and actress who has a Wainscott house, will perform the “Tale of the Torch Song” at the East Hampton Library on Saturday at 2 p.m.
The East Hampton Town Police Department, along with the town’s Ordinance Enforcement Department, building inspectors, and fire marshals, executed the warrant at 38 Railroad Avenue shortly after 6 a.m. on Sunday, according to a release issued by the...
Several different species of sharks are frequent visitors to our local waters. Everything from the lowly dogfish to the king of the seas, the great white, seems to make an annual visit at one point or another to South Fork beaches.
The East Hampton Independence Party is under fire for accusations that petitions it filed with the Suffolk County Board of Elections nominating David Gruber as its candidate for town councilman are fraudulent, containing eight forged signatures and...
When Luke Louchheim made an appointment with Maude Adams of Artisan Construction Associates of Water Mill to discuss his proposal to build cat and dog “condos” to raise money for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, Ms. Adams knew Luke was a...
Nothing less than the long-term viability of waterfront houses on Gardiner’s Bay is in the hands of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, according to an attorney.
Col. Randolph Bresnik, a NASA astronaut who had been commander of the International Space Station, delivered a talk before a series of photos from his various space missions, most of them of the Earth viewed from the space station, most of them, not...
A severely decomposed humpback whale washed ashore on Napeague last Thursday morning, the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society reported.