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A fire broke out at a house in North Hampton Shores on Noyac Bay.
David King, the Springs fire chief, keeps a tight watch on the department’s Facebook page, especially after an unexpected post implied poor conduct.
In response to the recent uprising by residents against what they describe as an unruly and rowdy environment this summer in Montauk, East Hampton Town officials are taking a multi-pronged approach to deal with issues.
Word has been received that the so-called 2-percent cap on how much the town may increase property taxes will be less than 1 percent next year unless a majority of the town board votes to pierce it.
Chinese lanterns add yet another item to the list of destructive merriment caused by weekend partiers in the easternmost hamlet.
To experience summer on the South Fork is to witness the flaunting of materialism and, sometimes, unfathomable wealth. But if the efforts of Dan Lauter and Donna Soszynski-Lauter are successful, residents and visitors may one day experience treasures of an entirely different sort.
After reports of overcrowding and other problems at Harbor Raw Bar and Lounge near the Montauk docks, East Hampton Town got a judge last week to agree to put the clamps on the party.
Montaukers’ unhappiness about the crowds, noisy parties, and illegal behavior overwashing their once-quiet hamlet this season has become prime summertime fodder for the metropolitan news media.
Though the tenant is still unknown, owners of the property received approval to build a new 9,982-square-foot, one-story retail building.