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Altschuler, Bishop each claim lead, data to prove it
Democratic candidates looking to unseat New York State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle met in one of their final debates before the primary next Thursday.
“There’s always a certain level of danger in an aircraft, or a car, or walking down the street,” said the pilot, who prefers to “hand-fly” his plane rather than cruise on auto-pilot.
In your face, Huffington Post and CNBC, and all the other naysayers who reported last week that the rich aren’t as philanthropic as regular Joes. Turns out, East Hampton residents who earn more money also give a greater percentage to charitable...
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand discussed food safety and other issues important to her during a visit to the Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett on Sunday morning.
Proposed amendments to 11 chapters of the East Hampton Town Code will come up for public hearing next Thursday, starting at 7 p.m., in East Hampton Town Hall.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. was in town on Friday to address supporters at an East End for Obama fund-raiser, held at the Ocean Avenue, Bridgehampton house of Matthew Mallow and Ellen Chesler.
Talks with F.A.A. officials ‘made clear who owns the sky, and it’s not us’
With the presentation of a plaque at a party on Aug. 22, the Montauk Lighthouse officially became a National Historic Landmark.
East Hampton Town police issued a missing-person alert yesterday for George Richardson, 50, an executive at Huntington Hospital, who was last seen at a Montauk motel in the early morning hours on Tuesday.
The rematch for the First Congressional District of New York is heating up, with a barrage of attacks and gauntlets being thrown down by both Representative Tim Bishop and Randy Altschuler, his Republican opponent.
East Hampton Town’s finances got an A-plus from the outside auditing firm that finished a 2011 audit in mid-July.
One of East Hampton Town’s most storied marine buildings, second only to the Montauk Lighthouse, is undergoing a restoration.