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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
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
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
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
Septic Tax-Form Fight Rages On

Lawmakers consider legal action over the county comptroller's highly controversial decision to send 1099 tax forms to homeowners who were told they would not be taxed for taking advantage of a county program for new, environmentally friendly septic systems.

Apr 4, 2019
Moment of Truth for Artists’ Property

Several years of effort to save the Springs house and studios of the artists James Brooks and Charlotte Park may be coming to naught, with a town committee this week recommending the studio be demolished and the fate of the other buildings also uncertain.

Apr 4, 2019
Jenkins and Taylor: Masters of the Cinema Universe

The old adage “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach” will be upended at the Ross School on Saturday when two award-winning screenwriters offer their insights on creating film scripts as part of the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Screenwriters Lab weekend.

Apr 3, 2019
Mariana Sanchez: Her World’s a Stage

Mariana Sanchez, a native of Mexico and now of Amagansett, has her set design work on display at New York City’s Lincoln Center in a production of “Marys Seacole” through Sunday.

Apr 2, 2019
Lifesaving Help for Pets in a Fire

When fires break out, fire departments and ambulance companies are well equipped for emergencies, but they are not always prepared for dealing with four-legged victims, although they try to do so.

Mar 29, 2019
How Many Farm Workers at Issue

The owner of an agricultural reserve in Bridgehampton who is seeking permission to construct two buildings to house agricultural laborers is sparring with his neighbors.

Mar 28, 2019
Putting Proms Within Reach

Attending the prom can be a milestone moment for high school students, but also a pricey one. With that in mind, the Suffolk County Library System is expanding its programs to help make the experience more affordable.

Mar 28, 2019
Oyster Farm Hits the Rocks

When John Nicholas closed down his family’s marina on Folkstone Creek in Three Mile Harbor at the end of the boating season last year, he did so in the hope of converting it into a facility able to produce as many as one million oysters a year for the commercial market.

Mar 28, 2019