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Singing Past the Parkinson’s Disease

Valerie diLorenzo’s 10-week voice workshops, now at Guild Hall, offer a palpable lift to patients.

Apr 11, 2019
Montauk Homeowners May Pay to Bury Lines

The expansion of an ongoing project to remove utility poles and relocate the lines underground along a stretch of Old Montauk Highway is now in a wait-and-see mode.

Apr 11, 2019
Sex Abuse Cases In Springs

East Hampton Town police arrested two men last week in separate cases of sex abuse.

Apr 11, 2019
Scaling Back Montauk Hamlet Study

“I think this issue about coastal adaptation is going to take some time to work through,” Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc said.

Apr 11, 2019
Perry Gershon Gears Up for 2020

Perry Gershon, an East Hampton resident who narrowly lost a race to unseat Lee Zeldin to represent New York’s First Congressional District in November, wants another chance to defeat the third-term Republican.

Apr 11, 2019
A Rebound in Water Quality

Most of East Hampton Town’s waters were of a high quality and supportive of fisheries in 2018, the town trustees were told on Monday, and some sites that the D.E.C. has closed to shellfishing can be opened.

Apr 11, 2019
Cops: Springs Man Sexually Abused Two East Hampton Teens

A 23-year-old Springs man was arrested on rape charges after he sexually abused two East Hampton teens, town police said.

Apr 7, 2019
Dolphin Stranded Off Louse Point

A Risso’s dolphin, one of a larger dolphin species with a distinctive gray body, was found stranded on a sandbar between the end of Louse Point in Springs and Wood Tick Island this week.

Apr 4, 2019
Sand Land Settlement Irks Many

The settlement is a sharp about-face from the D.E.C.’s ruling last September that ordered Sand Land to stop its mining operations when its permit expired in November and remediate the site by 2020. Now that might not happen until at least 2028.

Apr 4, 2019
Home Invasion in Springs Being Investigated

Two men armed with guns tied up a man inside his house in Springs and demanded cash early on Thursday, East Hampton Town police said.

Apr 4, 2019
In Montauk, Two PSEG Substation Sites Rise to Top

At least 200 people turned out on Tuesday for a daylong presentation by PSEG Long Island on possible locations for a new substation to serve Montauk’s growing electrical demand.

Apr 4, 2019
East Hampton Town Attorney to Leave Post

The East Hampton Town attorney, Michael Sendlenski, who has helped draft the low-nitrogen septic system and rental registry laws among other legislation since joining the town’s legal team in 2013, announced on Monday that he would be resigning effective May 3.

Apr 4, 2019