The Springs School facilities committee appears poised to recommend a multimillion-dollar bond referendum to pay for more portable classrooms or permanent classrooms, a new gym, and a science, technology, and arts laboratory, along with numerous infrastructure repairs.
East Hampton Village in 1657 was, needless to say, a very different place from what it is now, but even so, a series of events in February that year that alarmed and aroused residents — a strange case of alleged witchcraft — still holds fascination today.
Perry Duryea III was thanked by the Fighting Chance cancer organization and presented with a portrait of himself painted by Paul Davis, a well-known artist and friend of Fighting Chance’s founder, Duncan Darrow.
Lester Forbell, known as Zeke to most, is generous with his friends and family, particularly with his automotive skills. “If anybody has car problems, he’s there to help people out,” Jamie Bennett, the mother of his two...
The Sag Harbor School Board hired an architectural firm at its meeting Monday night to do a “facility analysis” of the Stella Maris Regional School building. BBS Architects will receive $11,500 for the work, an extension of a contract it...
As Election Day approaches, the East Hampton Environmental Coalition is working toward two goals: Making sure candidates in local races do not forget about environmental causes, and making sure the general public knows which way they stand.
Michael Davis of Michael Davis Design Construction, a builder of high-end houses, proposes merging properties in Wainscott, clearing them, and building a new structure for his business.
A Montauk restaurant and bar will no longer be allowed to have bands playing on its patio or to use speakers outdoors for the next year.
The federal government’s plan to sell Plum Island, a former animal disease research center off Orient Point, will be subject of a public hearing on Monday.