News

Judy D’Mello
Instituted last year by Organizacion Latino-Americana and the Children’s Museum of the East End, the Circles of Strength (Circulos de Fuerza) workshop will return to the museum on Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m.
Jamie Bufalino
The building plans for the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center received approval from the village’s board of historic preservation and architectural review last Thursday, bringing the project one step closer to breaking ground.
Jon M. Diat
After living in my house on North Haven since I was born — nearly 54 years — we decided it was time to knock it down and build a new one that would provide many of the modern comforts and amenities that a new residence brings. After over three years of dealing with various surveys, permits, design changes, and building the house itself (and going over budget), we finally moved into the new digs in November. The house has been everything we ever wanted and expected.
T.E. McMorrow
A lawyer from Central Islip is facing a multitude of narcotics charges, including possession with intent to sell, after being arrested early Wednesday morning by East Hampton Town police following a traffic stop in downtown Montauk.
Carissa Katz
South Fork fire departments were mobilized to fight two fires on Tuesday — one in Springs that destroyed a house in the afternoon and another on Sag Harbor’s Main Street that night, where disaster was averted thanks to firefighters and a quick-thinking chef.
T.E. McMorrow
South Fork fire departments were mobilized to fight two fires on Tuesday — one in Springs that destroyed a house in the afternoon and another on Sag Harbor’s Main Street that night, where disaster was averted thanks to firefighters and a quick-thinking chef.
Christopher Walsh
Ill will and accusations of manipulation among members of the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee have led the committee to ask the Suffolk County Democratic Committee’s legal department to review the town committee’s conduct.
Judy D’Mello
For one East Hampton High School senior, responses from his desired schools came in: Yale, yes. Brown, yes. Cornell, yes. University of Pennsylvania, yes. Columbia, yes. Dartmouth, yes. Princeton . . . not yet.
Judy D’Mello
Eakta Gandhi's work as a coveted henna artist across the East End keeps her rooted to her Indian heritage and fulfills a childhood dream.
Christopher Walsh
“At this point, I think I am the only Ph.D. scientist of any kind” in Congress, Representative Bill Foster of Illinois told Public Radio International in January. “We have some political scientists, I think a mathematician, but it feels sort of lonely.”
Christopher Walsh
A forum hosted by the East Hampton Group for Good Government drew an overflow crowd to the East Hampton Library, where proponents and opponents of Deepwater Wind’s proposed South Fork Wind Farm were unable to agree on pertinent facts and largely unwilling to countenance rival viewpoints.
Christopher Walsh
The Hampton Hopper, the free shuttle bus that served more than 20,000 riders in Montauk last summer, will return this summer to move visitors and residents around the hamlet.
Christopher Walsh
Northeasters in the latter half of the winter caused “some significant damage to the bluff trail” at Shadmoor State Park in Montauk, an official with East Hampton Town’s Land Management Department told the town board on Tuesday.
Christopher Walsh
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is calling for information and nominations from companies interested in commercial wind energy leases within a proposed area in the New York Bight, an area of shallow waters between Long Island and the New Jersey coast.
David E. Rattray
A plan for a 900,000-gallon water reservoir off Cross Highway in the Devon area of Amagansett has drawn the ire of several residents. The Suffolk County Water Authority was to have held a meeting at the Amagansett Library last night to discuss the plan.
Jamie Bufalino
After receiving strong opposition from the East Hampton Town Planning Board, a proposed subdivision of 41.3 acres of farmland along Montauk Highway in Sagaponack came under further scrutiny from the Sagaponack Village Board on Monday.