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East Hampton Village plans to install or retrofit drains to stem the introduction of contaminated stormwater runoff into Georgica Pond
Bryan and Michele Gosman have been posting signs all over Montauk, with some in East Hampton and Amagansett.
David H. Hernandez, 16, who took his own life on Sept. 29, had been the subject of repeated and sustained bullying at the school because of his sexual orientation, according to his mother, who claims the administration ignored what was happening...
At Fireplace Lodge they learned ‘purpose, love, loyalty,’ and survival skills
Three potentially controversial solutions for the tricky Main Street and Buell Lane intersection presented.
Board watchers seek answers on closed-door talks
Announced in mid-June of this year, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, provides illegal immigrants who arrived in the United States as children a temporary reprieve from the looming threat of deportation.
Board’s lack of openness decried, and what about the big headquarters?
Lighthouse Museum now houses of replica of ill-starred giant ship
The Sag Harbor Village Board agreed to seek partial police patrols from the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department.
When an initial search proved fruitless, police called in the county.
A tentative budget for 2013 released this week by East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson calls for a $3.3 million increase.
A simple act of kindness sparked a lifelong obsession.