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Springs School News, February 16 Feb 13, 17 11:33 AM

Springs School

Girls age 11 to 14 at Springs School will begin sessions with i-Tri, a program... more

National Weather Service Issues Winter Weather Advisory For Long Island Through Sunday Morning Feb 12, 17 1:06 PM

A winter weather advisory was issued for all of Long Island Saturday night into Sunday by the National Weather Service.

According... more

Montauk Chamber Of Commerce Will Focus On 'Culinary Tourism' Feb 7, 17 5:07 PM

It’s a serene visual: sunrise on the beach, surfing the waves, mini-golfing with the kids, walking along the dunes, and even... more

East Hampton School Board Formally Opposes Betsy DeVos For U.S. Secretary of Education Feb 7, 17 4:06 PM

The East Hampton School Board unanimously approved a resolution opposing the appointment of Betsy DeVos as U.S. Secretary of Education... more

Fewer Trees Will Need To Be Removed At East Hampton Airport Than Previously Thought Feb 7, 17 2:24 PM

East Hampton Town officials now say just 5 acres of land at the edges of East Hampton Airport’s runways needs to be cleared... more

CCOM Director To Leave Montauk Advocacy Group For Shelter Island Feb 7, 17 11:10 AM

Jeremy Samuelson, the president of Montauk-based advocacy group the Concerned Citizens of Montauk, has announced that he is stepping... more

East Hampton Chamber Of Commerce Pitches Spring Festival To Village Board Feb 7, 17 10:37 AM

Forty booths would line Newtown Lane from Park Place to Main Street, with half devoted to organizations like the East Hampton Historical... more

East Hampton Town Proposes Home Energy Ratings Feb 7, 17 10:22 AM

The East Hampton Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for February 16 on the town’s plans to adopt the Home Energy Rating... more

East Hampton Town To Borrow $350,000 For East Hampton Senior Center Designs Feb 7, 17 9:28 AM

East Hampton Town this week agreed to borrow $350,000 to hire an architectural firm to draft designs for a new East Hampton Town... more

Tracking Energy Use In Town Buildings Will Help East Hampton Move Toward Carbon Neutrality Feb 7, 17 9:13 AM

All municipally-owned buildings more than 1,000 square feet will be audited for energy use on a regular basis under a new... more

Hats Off To East Hampton's 'Top Cop' Feb 6, 17 2:55 PM

The East Hampton Town Police Department tipped its collective hat to Officer Ken Alversa, Police Officer of the Year for 2016, at... more

Springs Church Has New Pastor Feb 6, 17 10:43 AM

Since it was founded in 1882, the Springs Community Presbyterian Church, nestled in the midst of the picturesque historic hub of... more

Share The Harvest Farm Starts Young Farmers Training Initiative Feb 2, 17 12:07 PM

Soon, East Hampton teens will have a chance to get their hands dirty to support healthy eating.

The Share the Harvest... more

Montauk Fishermen Worry About Impacts From Proposed Wind Farm Feb 1, 17 9:43 AM

A 12- to 15-turbine wind farm still will have to navigate a long and arduous regulatory approval process before it can be constructed... more

Clamshell Foundation Cancels Great Bonac Chili Cook-Off Jan 31, 17 5:07 PM

This year, there will be no Great Bonac Chili Cook-Off, a popular event traditionally held in January at the American Legion by... more
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