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Montauk Plan for Resilience Faces Resistance From Some

Meeting at the Montauk Firehouse, the board and the consultant Lisa Liquori of Fine Arts and Sciences, a former town planning director, honed language in a draft plan, which was not accessible to those attending the meeting, prompting one to complain that it was difficult to follow the deliberations.

Dec 12, 2019
Football for Real in Herrick Park?

The plan, which moves the tennis courts and softball field around to make room for a regulation-size football field, was also a hit with almost everyone who heard about it at a public meeting of the board in the East Hampton Middle School auditorium last Thursday.

Dec 12, 2019
Dangerous Intersections Are Under Review

The intersection of James Lane and Mill Road, where there have been three accidents since 2016, was the main topic of discussion at last Thursday’s meeting of the East Hampton Village Board.

Dec 12, 2019
Wainscott Businesses Honored

The Wainscott C.A.C. on Saturday announced that this year's business awards recognize Michael Del Piero Good Design and Wainscott Main Wines and Spirits for aesthetic and community-minded accomplishments.

Dec 12, 2019
Toys in Mother’s Memory

This year, the East Hampton Kiwanis Club’s toy drive is in memory of Renee Alversa, a longtime Montauk resident who died on Nov. 1 at the age of 61.

Dec 12, 2019
Imperiled Pelicans Rescued in Montauk

Two brown pelicans that were likely borne from points south on a strong southeast gale in October were rescued in Montauk this week and taken to the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays.

Dec 5, 2019
From the Army to a Love of Opera

Anthony Lombardo was in the Army in 1952, stationed in Germany and sitting in a restaurant with a friend, when they overheard the people at the next table discussing Verdi’s “Otello.”

Mr. Lombardo, who was 87 on Nov. 23, remembers it well. “I never felt stupid in my life,” he said, “but — opera? Shakespeare? And I said, ‘What are they talking about?’ And my friend said, ‘Aah, they’re just being pedantic.’ And I said, ‘What’s that mean?’ ”

Dec 5, 2019
It’s a Holiday Extravaganza in East Hampton

Christmas festivities will abound in East Hampton Village on Saturday.

Dec 5, 2019
Letter From the First Lady, 1921

Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection

Dec 5, 2019
Herrick Park Plan Takes Shape

The East Hampton Village Board will unveil a plan for a redesign of Herrick Park that features more formalized entrances, reconfigured ball fields, and new pathways and children's play areas next Thursday morning. Later that day, the public will get a chance to weigh in on the proposal at a special 5:30 p.m. hearing to be held at the East Hampton Middle School auditorium.

Dec 2, 2019
For a Happier Holiday, Best Avoid Politics and Money

There are rules of etiquette, experts say, when hosting or attending a holiday dinner party, or a dinner party for any occasion, really.

Nov 27, 2019
The ‘Treasure of Wainscott’ at 150 Years

For the last 150 years, the Wainscott Chapel has been the charge of the Wainscott Sewing Society to manage and care for the building — from the war memorial out front to the privy out back, and everything inside the walls in between.

Nov 27, 2019