Government

In what Tom Twomey, the chairman of the East Hampton Library's board and an attorney, called "a landmark decision for the state and for the country," the State Supreme Court has granted the library permission to construct a 6,800-square-foot...
A storm of protest blew up on Thursday when Montauk residents got wind that the Ditch Witch had lost in its bid to remain where it had been for years.
At a town board session on Tuesday, the East Hampton Group for Wildlife offered to raise money and help the town secure grants to pay for a...
East Hampton Democrats held their nominating convention for the 2011 elections on Monday evening, formalizing their...

The federal Department of Commerce announced on Tuesday that just under $650,000 in fisheries-related fines would be returned to...
With pollutant levels in bays and other surface waters on the rise, tied largely to septic systems, Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson said Tuesday that...

The East Hampton Town Republican Committee is holding a meet-the-candidates brunch on Sunday from...
An East Hampton family that has tried for many years to gain final planning board approval for a four-lot commercial subdivision on land between ...
Arthur French handed the East Hampton Town Board a check for $11 at a meeting last Thursday night. “That’s my tax savings,” he said, telling the board to...
Thomas Burke and Rebekah Baker’s request for a zoning change that would allow the historic Jeremiah Baker house on Amagansett’s Main Street to contain one of a...