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  • The possibility that the Montauk Harbor Inlet will get an emergency dredging this year moved closer to reality this week.
  • The federal Department of Commerce announced on Tuesday that just under $650,000 in fisheries-related fines would be returned to...
  • As Sag Village takes back storied Long Wharf, worry over some deep history
  • The sky may not be falling, but the water is rising, and Eileen Raffo’s house on Shore Road at Lazy Point is in peril of being...
  • Marauding hordes of bluefish moved into Block Island Sound and Gardiner’s Bay in recent days. The invasion quickly got a strong showing of squid heading for the...
  • Driving the rolling Hither Hills to or from Montauk these days and gazing south, the sight of the great Atlantic’s horizon broken nearshore by two...
  • The wheels were spinning and there were lots of ideas about improving water and habitat quality, but the 21 people who attended the second meeting of the ad hoc Lake Montauk Watershed Committee agreed after a lengthy discussion that traction was...
  • When it comes to fishing, this is the time of year when anglers put their ears to the railroad tracks — metaphorically speaking, of course — when ears become radar, eyes become sonar, noses become bloodhounds, when rumors grow like...
  • A court ruling that could result in the loss of one of East Hampton’s founding common rights has reignited the long-simmering debate over beach driving, which now pits Napeague residents suing to privatize the beach in front of their property against beach drivers ...
  • The late, great Capt. Frank Mundus, Montauk’s Monster Man, said that during his many years of ferrying charter clients offshore to come to grips with their various demons by way of tangling with big sharks...

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