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East Hampton businessman says shut it down
Odors from East Hampton Town’s septic waste treatment plant on Springs-Fireplace Road are wrinkling noses this summer, as the town board is faced with environmental violations there and deciding whether to lease, close, or upgrade the aging facility.
Bound by love, and powers vested by state
Dr. Ralph Gibson, center, and Andrew Jacobyansky formalized their 31-year partnership with a wedding ceremony at East Hampton Village Hall on Tuesday, with Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr., right, presiding.
Clearing could start opposite Bluff Road houses
One of the more controversial areas is Bluff Road from Indian Wells Highway to Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett.
Neighbors argue about the future of old Bell pier, while experts disagree
Some members of a bayfront property owners association in Amagansett would like to see a rusted dock there rebuilt. Other residents of the area oppose the idea.
Lighthouse high on Turtle Hill's importance to early trade was key to winning new status
In 1796 this painting of the Montauk Lighthouse was submitted to the government with a request for payment from the man who built it.
Montauk Historical Society
The Ditch Witch food cart in Montauk was among those to be replaced in a vote by the East Hampton Town Board Thursday.
As Sag Village takes back storied Long Wharf, worry over some deep history
A marine archaeologist is concerned about the security of artifacts if and when Long Wharf, pictured above in the late 19th century, is handed back to Sag Harbor Village.
East Hampton Historical Society
College-Radio and Indie Rockers Sign on for August Festival
Vampire Weekend is the headliner act announced Monday for a two-day music festival in East Hampton in August.
Will look at economic picture and financial needs
Montauk is one of six fishing ports to get a visit from a federal Department of Commerce team, which will issue a report with tips for economic development.
Lake Montauk is dying, environmentalist says