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Perhaps the dumbest thing I heard back when I was covering the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals came to mind this week as I watched a heavy northeast storm roll in. I cannot recall now what the application was for or where the property was...

So Blessed     East Hampton     December 8, 2014 Dear Editor,
AMAGANSETT B. Adams to JLJ I L.L.C., 95 Hand Lane, .45 acre, Sept. 30, $2,300,000. Rhodes, Kelly, et al. to D. Mejias, 71 Cliff Road, .45 acre, Oct. 7, $1,200,000. M. and G. Haupt to Gilberts Path L.L.C., 43 Gilberts Path, .64 acre, Oct. 7, $4,...
Flash News: Incorporated Village of East Hampton, N.Y., U.S.A. — East Hampton Village leaders, in response to its citizens’ requests, recommendations, and common sense propositions, implement four new provisionary laws effective...

Because of the big storm the other day, the howling winds driving sheets of rain, the ocean beach has written a new chapter for itself. The straggly brown ribbons of seaweed mixed with debris have been swept away, the deeply grooved ruts of...
Joe Vas, East Hampton’s athletic director, said during a conversation Monday that the numbers were good for all the winter sports, to wit, boys and girls basketball, wrestling, boys and girls track, and boys swimming. Asked if a football...
Trees figure prominently in Long Island street and road names, much more so than animals. Why? Perhaps it’s because trees are large in stature and immobile, while animals are smaller and liable to be in one place one day and another the next.
The East Hampton Football Club, which last year sailed through a 40-0 season in Division III men’s soccer competition that apparently was unprecedented in the 65-year history of the Long Island Soccer Football League, finished the first half...
Mattituck, a tough Class C team, won the first Kendall Madison Tip-Off Classic tournament here this past weekend, besting Westhampton Beach, an A school, in Friday’s opening round, and pulling away from Pierson, a fellow Class C-enrollment...