The East Hampton Town Board will appoint David Lys to fill the vacant Town Council seat during its Thursday, January 18 meeting at 6:30...
Officials from Deepwater Wind say they need town board approval for a cable landing in Wainscott before they can pursue extensive environmental review of its South Fork Wind Farm project.
The Suffolk County Department of Health has expanded its private well survey in Wainscott following the detection of certain toxins in 63 private wells.
If several key elements fall into place, marine biologist Dr. Christopher Gobler will lead a team that will conduct regular testing of Sag Harbor waters.
A second well in Wainscott contains levels of chemicals above safety thresholds established by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.
The town's station is aimed at reducing the use of plastic water bottles and raising public awareness about the safe public water supply.
A fisherman accused Deepwater Wind of bribing East Hampton Town and a town trustee told Deepwater to show proof that wind farms don’t harm the environment.
The cool weather is ideal for owl sightings, according to birder Joe Giunta, who is preparing for his annual Owls by the Light of the Moon walk.
The New York State DEC will spend between three to six months investigating the cause of well contamination near the East Hampton Airport in Wainscott.
The problem, according to John Shaka, the chairman of the Harbor Committee, is that the village is exempt from the new, stricter town laws.
Sag Harbor School Board member Tommy John Schiavoni said Monday he will step down from his seat on the school board in December.
The number of pines affected by a southern pine beetle infestation in East Hampton has grown to 3,800, according to the town’s Director of Land Management.
Southampton Town’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and improve its resiliency in the face of climate change have been recognized by New York State.
Water quality tests performed at the beach prior to the remediation showed dog waste was one of the pollutants causing issues, the mayor noted.
Ann Welker made history on November 7 when she became the first woman to be elected a Southampton Town Trustee in that body’s 331-year history.