News

Russell Drumm
Last week, the Town of East Hampton was poised to remove the lien it applied to a property on Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay.
Bridget LeRoy
At Friday’s East Hampton Village Board work session,the mayor and board members put their heads together to try and come up with a definitive new law for signs in the village.
Heather Dubin
The Dunes, a private alcohol and substance-abuse facility has filed a lawsuit against the Town of East Hampton.
Bridget LeRoy
It may be almost impossible today for someone under 40 to believe that birth control was not legal in the United States until 1960.
Joanne Pilgrim
A Lindenhurst company wants to purchase the town-owned scavenger waste plant on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton.
Carrie Ann Salvi
A proposal to demolish the 1,874-square-foot Harbor Heights service station building in Sag Harbor was open for public discussion at the Sag Harbor Village Planning Board’s meeting on Tuesday evening.
Carrie Ann Salvi
The Nathaniel Rogers House in Bridgehampton, will soon be brought back to much of its former glory
David E. Rattray
It was swerving and speeding that drew an officer’s attention to a car driven by a drunk Noyac resident in the early hours of the last day of January
David E. Rattray
A Montauk man remained in jail this week after failing to come up with $5,000 bail in an incident in which he was alleged to have kicked down a door at his estranged wife’s residence on Friday evening.
Joanne Pilgrim
An announcement by Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood that the Federal Aviation Administration will for the first time mandate Long Island helicopter routes.
Bridget LeRoy
A first look at the East Hampton School District’s proposed budget for 2012-13 on Tuesday evening brought Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 2-percent tax levy cap up close and personal — to the tune of a possible $2.85 million gap.
Heather Dubin
‘No’ to judge-change request, ‘no’ to site plan review
Russell Drumm
Downed trees, gnaw marks, wood shavings point to new resident in Hither Woods