Richard Poveromo of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society stood above the brick-strewn former basement of Isaac Van Scoy’s 18th-century house in Northwest Woods.
Voters reject calls to block 2011-12 spending plans
A quick poll refresher was held Tuesday for the volunteers who manned the voting booths in Springs, where close to 1,000 residents cast ballots. The budget passed by 126 votes.
Vampire Weekend will be the Saturday night headliner.
Enrollment down, debt up, accusations begin
Family seeks resolution; neighbors see bias issue
Cancellation of the leaf program brought savings, but exactly how much?
Robin Weingast’s blue fence at Lazy Point has caught the East Hampton Town Trustees’ attention.
Study cites improved efficiency and cost savings
Libby Hummer of the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons appeared before the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday to argue in favor of a professional town manager for East Hampton Town.