The 1792 Stephen Sherrill house in East Hampton has been suggested as a site for public purchase and use as a “history center.”
Two seven-foot-tall gateposts before a cul-de-sac on Beverly Road in Springs are at the center of a new zoning controversy.
1,050 ballots sent, counting to start next week
East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson as he surprised his wife, Pat, with a dozen white roses toward the end of Tuesday night’s post-election party.
Cohen and Wilkinson: two views on leadership
Bill Wilkinson, left, and Zach Cohen
‘How many warnings do there have to be,’ a fishing representative asks
The operation of a dredge by the North American Landscaping, Construction, and Dredge Company was the focus of a heated discussion at the Montauk Coast Guard station on Monday.
Alec Baldwin donates $250,000 for children’s wing
G.O.P. tops Dems in donations, cash on hand
Beach access, administrative shifts among issues in campaign
A East Hampton Town justice ruled on Oct. 26 that New York State had not proved its case against Paul Lester and his sister, Kelly Lester. The commercial fishering siblings were accused of violating state regulations.
By Cecil Amrein
Organizers of an Occupy the Hamptons protest in Sag Harbor Sunday afternoon moved a meeting indoors because of a cold wind blowing from the north.