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Both spending and anticipated revenues in the proposed $71.5 million 2015 East Hampton Town budget are “reasonable,” according to the New York State Comptroller’s office. The state required the town to issue a deficit-financing...
Officials of 19 Danish offshore wind companies that are visiting the United States to explore investment in the offshore wind market visited Long Island yesterday. The Long Island Association and Long Island Forum for Technology hosted the...
A new nonprofit group, the East Hampton Deer and Tick Management Foundation, would like East Hampton Town to begin a program to reduce the incidence of tick-borne diseases here by treating deer, which are a key host, with a tick-killing pesticide at eight feeding stations in Springs.
At its meeting on Monday the Springs School Board again grappled with increasing enrollment and what the influx of students will likely mean for the coming budget season.
Family seeks to clear legal hurdles for various businesses on 71 acres.
Aviation interests opposed to restricting the use of East Hampton Airport continued this week to voice absolute disagreement with the analysis of aircraft noise.
Representative Tim Bishop may have lost his bid for re-election by a decisive margin last week, but vote tallies in the Town of East Hampton indicate his continued popularity here.
A plan by the Village of East Hampton and New York State to spend $1.4 million on traffic changes at the intersection of Route 114 and Toilsome Lane is puzzling, but even more puzzling are the reasons behind it. A call to the engineer who came up...
What sort of person willingly goes into harm’s way to help others? What makes a doctor or nurse fly to West Africa to do what they can in the Ebola crisis? What drives a journalist like the late James Foley, who was beheaded, into the heart of...