One week after members of the East Hampton Group for Wildlife asked the town board to institute a ban on hunting on one weekend day, a representative of the East Hampton Sportsmen’s Alliance delivered that group’s contrasting point of view.
Though passengers have been few in the first days of the South Fork Commuter Connection, the coordinated rail and bus system designed to alleviate traffic congestion, East Hampton and Southampton Town officials expect more passengers as the weather warms and traffic worsens.
Due to a clerical error, the East Hampton Town Trustees canceled a special meeting scheduled for last evening to discuss revising the terms of leases to tenants on trustee land at Lazy Point in Amagansett.
Construction of a ramp was completed this month to facilitate the loading of parcels onto post office vehicles. The change is meant to help staffers transport parcels to offsite locations for sorting, hopefully speeding up delivery times.
The auditorium at the Suffolk County Legislature buzzed with life on Monday evening as elected officials and members of the community gathered to discuss a topic that, just a few years ago, would have been a source of public outcry: the legalization of marijuana.
When the curtain rises Friday night on the East Hampton High School production of “Les Misérables,” it will be the culmination of more than three months of intense work for the 80-plus students involved.
Three of the five men accused of running the largest drug ring ever on the South Fork, allegedly raking in as much as $100,000 in three weeks last summer in Montauk, took plea deals this month in Suffolk County Criminal Court and are facing a range of prison sentences.