Nominees of the East Hampton Independence Party met voters at John’s Drive-In in Montauk on Sept. 7. From left were Marilyn Behan and Bill Mott, who are running for town board, East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana, and Steve Lynch, who hopes to become East Hampton Town highway superintendent.
Arborists offer tips in wake of storm
Prevention and awareness are half the battle.
Former Human Resources Department staff accused
After Irene, some had no electricity for over a week; officials not happy
High winds brought trees down, which brought power lines down, which meant long outages for some.
For 29 years, Les Warner has made project part of vacation
Les Warner of Betham, Conn., has been the self-appointed caretaker of the First House Cemetery since 1981.
In lean fiscal times, questioning whether cost should trump qualifications
Much sand gone, but Irene’s direct blow from the south was a blessing
Flotsam, fencing, and all manner of debris were taken off the beach in front of Montauk’s motel row on Monday.
Good summer results make up for losses
Peter J. Solomon Photos