Proud of service, he shared stories with many
Lee Hayes, an East Hampton resident, was eulogized Monday at Calvary Baptist Church.
Lee Hayes, right, stood beside a B-25 bomber with a fellow Tuskegee airman.
Opponents say town board rushed the process
Oceanfront area is now in the most hazardous flood zone
The current must-have for many Hamptons real estate customers is a new house.
Newly built houses like this one on Old Orchard Lane in East Hampton are what many buyers seem to want these days.
The board voted unanimously at its meeting on Monday night to reinstate a site-based planning committee
“The way the code is written, it’s a violation, so you have to be seen to be caught,”
The trustees plan a swearing-in ceremony at their first meeting of 2014, on Jan. 14.
Only about 51 percent of the 3,000 East Hampton property owners eligible for the exemption have responded to a letter sent out by the state in October
Online petition garners 1,880 signatures
Respected in life, deserves same in death