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‘I have about 7,500 books in this library, and approximately an equal number downstairs,” said Michael Braverman, while seated in the biggest room of his East Hampton house, where wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling shelves are filled. “I don’t buy a...
Even though New York State says new houses have to measure at least 800 square feet and existing ones being renovated must be at least 600 square feet, Matias Whitmore and his companion, Nikki Seelbach, have one that comes in at only 575 square feet.
Sheet metal runs in Max Philip Dobler’s blood. His grandfather, who immigrated here from Germany in 1925, was a sheet metal worker, and among his father’s projects was a copper roof for the Montauk Lighthouse.
Visitors heading east for the unofficial start to summer this Memorial Day weekend will be surprised to see two giant billboards under construction on both sides of Sunrise Highway, just west of the Shinnecock Canal.
As part of its mission to protect, enhance, and restore the ecological integrity of Accabonac Harbor and its watershed, the Accabonac Protection Committee will have three forums this summer, all at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
Donald Horowitz, a co-owner of Wittendale's Florist and Greenhouses on Newtown Lane, told the East Hampton Village Board he and about 12 other shopkeepers had met with Mr. Ringel to register their complaints about the fair.
A Montauk man was charged with drunken driving in the hamlet on May 13 after East Hampton Town police saw him speeding.
The East Hampton Village Board has proposed an operating budget of $22,957,802 for the 2019-2020 fiscal year, an increase of $778,872, or 3.5 percent, from last year.
Striped bass have been running plentiful of late in the Peconics. A nice slug of fish, feasting on an abundance of menhaden, also known as bunker, has made catching a keeper-size fish a rather easy accomplishment.
A man who killed his aunt’s dog in Springs in December was sentenced last week to two years in jail, the statutory limit on a charge of aggravated animal cruelty.
The Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection
As it had indicated earlier this month, the East Hampton Town Board resolved last Thursday to support the goals of proposed New York State legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses.
It’s a hearty pink, vibrant, almost the hue of those Hostess Sno Ball snack cakes, if you’ve ever dared to indulge, or a flamingo fresh from its latest inhalation of shrimp.
Attorneys for Marc Rowan, the billionaire investor who bought Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk in 2014, and his neighbors in the Tuthill Road Association disagree sharply over jurisdiction.
In April, for the fourth month in a row, revenues for the Peconic Bay Region Community Preservation Fund were down from last year. Thus far in 2019, $23.94 million has been collected, over 24 percent less than in 2018, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr...
Barbara Borsack, who became the first woman elected to the East Hampton Village Board in 2000, is hoping to be the first woman elected village mayor in 2020.
An East Hampton man bent an iPhone 6S in half during a domestic incident in which he struck a woman, according to East Hampton Town police.
Lauren Katz and Thomas Martin of Montauk were married on May 3 at Gosman’s restaurant there. Marie Villeneuve, one of the bride’s best friends from college, officiated.
Montauk voters overwhelmingly approved a $7.5 million renovation and expansion of the Montauk Library on Tuesday, voting 245 to 81 in favor of the library’s bond proposition.