A presentation of the East Hampton hamlet study drew criticism during a public hearing at the East Hampton Town Board’s meeting last Thursday, with many residents of a neighboring hamlet, Springs, voicing concern that future development could worsen...
Andrew Strong accepted a three-year commitment to work as the first full-time human rights attorney for Organizacion Latino-Americana (OLA) of Eastern Long Island in June.
On Oct. 7, 1838, 180 years ago this month, Jonathan Mulford Jr. wrote his son Henry on the ship Harvest.
Nighttime Tours If a group slowly roaming the South End Burying Ground startles drivers on Main Street or James Lane Tuesday evening, they need not worry; it will be Hugh King, director of Home, Sweet Home Museum, leading a flashlight tour with...
Sag Harbor Note from the Oct. 25 print issue.
Montauk Notes from the Oct. 25 print issue.
Halloween isn’t just for kids, and there are a number of costume parties this week at which adults can prove it, and possibly be rewarded for their efforts.
The Accabonac Protection Committee will host a panel discussion about drinking water on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
The Bonac Amateur Radio Club will hold its monthly meeting tonight from 6 to 8 at the Amagansett Library. The group meets on the fourth Thursday of every month and promotes amateur radio on the South Fork.
Owners of historic properties who are having trouble maintaining them can apply for a 2019 landmarks maintenance program award.
Saturday is the day to dispose of hazardous household waste such as oil paint, chemical aerosols, pesticides, thinners, urethanes, engine coolant, and flammable materials at the Montauk transfer station.
A crowd of over 100, concerned about losing their tiny library in the heart of Springs, thronged the Springs Presbyterian Church’s Parish Hall Sunday afternoon in a show of support that left the library’s board of governors surprised but highly...
Owners of properties in the three historically black neighborhoods seek historic district status, and were thrilled recently after receiving a statement of eligibility from state officials.