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Two arrests on suspicion of drunken driving
Concerned Citizens of Montauk and the Town of East Hampton are co-sponsoring a question-and-answer session on septic replacement rebates on Monday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at C.C.O.M.’s South Elmwood Avenue office. The town and Suffolk County...
The Eastville Community Historical Society and the Sylvester Manor Educational Farm will commemorate Black History Month with a symposium on the history of slavery at Bay Street Theater.
HarborFrost, the winter celebration hosted by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Saturday.

If you ever wondered what the grandest house in East Hampton was a century ago, then Frank B. Wiborg’s the Dunes would be a top contender.
East Hampton and Mark Rowan, the billionaire co-founder of a private equity firm who bought Perry B. Duryea & Son Inc., the fish market with dining on Fort Pond Bay in Montauk, have settled a lawsuit, ending several years of dispute.
Elected officials and environmental groups criticized an E.P.A. action plan that postponed the setting of drinking water standards for a group of synthetic chemicals including those that contaminated residential wells in Wainscott and are thought to...
Dan Gasby, the husband and business partner of B. Smith, the former restaurateur who has Alzheimer’s disease and has a history of going missing, sought permission from the East Hampton Town planning board on Feb. 13 to allow the couple’s property to...
A joint venture of Orsted and the Connecticut company Eversource was among four respondents submitting 18 proposals to New York State’s first offshore wind energy solicitation.
Bruce Lewin, the owner of 690 Hampton Road in Southampton Village — the building in which the Spur, a co-working space, is developing its flagship — is seeking to remove the company as a tenant.
Several residents insisted on Tuesday that the East Hampton Town Board pause further planning for the hamlet’s future until there is additional discussion and study.
East Hampton is far from alone in dealing with the emerging health threat from a class of industrial chemicals used in firefighting and many other projects.
More people are growing oysters these days, and that’s a good thing.