Sag Harbor Village Trustees introduced a new local law Tuesday that would make West Water Street one-way, with traffic only allowed to move west from Long Island Avenue to the intersection of Harbor Cove Court.
The East End being an expensive place to live, the Southampton Town Board plans to adjust income guidelines for those applying for affordable housing.
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, who was just reelected, said this week he is seriously considering a run for Suffolk County comptroller in November.
With little discussion or fanfare, Sag Harbor Village Trustees passed a resolution Tuesday night to seek proposals from cell phone companies to rebuild and modernize an existing antenna behind the Sag Harbor Fire Department headquarters on Brick Kiln Road.
The Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review will hold hearings on 48 Lincoln Street, 200 Madison Street and 58 Palmer Terrace in the coming weeks.
Thursday’s gathering of the Southampton Town Opioid Task Force at Southampton Hospital’s Parrish Memorial Hall was as much a call for a public mobilization against the growing public health crisis.
If North Haven Village Trustee Dianne Skilbred gets her way, the Old Schoolhouse on Ferry Road, which has been relegated to use as a storage building, will be reborn as a museum that would be open to the public on a limited basis.
Ed Deyermond, who got his start in public service when he was appointed an East Hampton Town assessor in 1978, announced he would be stepping down from his latest position, that of North Haven village clerk, on June 1.
What will the business districts, or hamlet centers, of East Hampton look like 10, 20, even 50 years from now?
Twenty years after Southampton Town residents turned down a referendum to build a public pool at Southampton College, town officials on Thursday heard a new request.
The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals is scheduled to hear variance requests from the Sag Harbor Partnership to rebuild and expand the former Sag Harbor Cinema.
Southampton Town Aquatics and Recreation, a group whose initial effort to build a public swimming pool was shot down in a referendum back in the mid-1990s, is back at it.
U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin was joined by state and local political leaders, environmentalists and business representatives on Friday in calling for bipartisan opposition to the decision of the federal government to open most federal waters in the Atlantic Ocean to oil and gas exploration.
The Southampton Town Board has agreed to move forward with a series of measures to improve pedestrian safety in Bridgehampton.
By Christine Sampson A plan by St. Andrew Catholic Church to erect a new building to house religious education, meetings and other functions was met...