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Montauk Beach Restoration Would Be Costly, But Possibly Worth The Cost To Those Who Would Pay Sep 17, 19 5:43 PM

East Hampton has a ripe opportunity to rebuild Montauk’s beachfront at a discount by piggybacking on U.S. Army Corps of Engineers... more

Lighted Crosswalks Cause Consternation In Montauk Sep 13, 19 3:30 PM

Residents of Montauk and East Hampton Town both said they were unhappy with how new lighted crosswalk signs in the hamlet turned... more

Army Corps Wants Deeper, Wider Channel For Montauk Inlet Sep 10, 19 4:18 PM

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has proposed a new dredging program for the inlet to Montauk Harbor that would cut a deeper and... more

Montauk Library: Honey Please Sep 9, 19 10:05 AM

Of course you knew it was National Honey Month! On Thursday, September 19, at 4 p.m., the Montauk Library will salute the sweet... more

Catherine Mary Whelan-Foley Of Montauk Dies September 3 Sep 4, 19 2:01 PM

Catherine Mary Whelan-Foley, 57, died on September 3 at her home in Montauk with her family at her side, after a three-year battle... more

Former PepsiCo CEO Buys In Montauk Sep 2, 19 9:51 AM

Druker McCombs Properties LLC sold 260 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk for $9 million to former PepsiCo North American CEO Albert... more

Man Found Dead In His Truck In Montauk On August 22 Aug 30, 19 3:03 PM



A 52-year-old Pennsylvania man was found dead in his pickup truck in Montauk on Thursday, August 22.

A patron of the Montauk Marine Basin who knew Paul Ramirez found him unresponsive there at about 7 a.m., said Detective Sergeant Dan Toia of the East Hampton Police Department.

Sgt. Toia said the death was not suspicious, and that Mr. Ramirez, who had a boat docked at the marina, appeared to have suffered a medical event.

Sgt. Toia said Mr. Ramirez “was a figure who was always around on the weekends in the fishing scene.

“It wasn’t unusual for him to sleep in his vehicle,” Sgt. Toia added. “The owners also thought he was sleeping after a long night of fishing.”

There were no signs of suicide or symptoms of a drug overdose, he said. The Suffolk County Medical Examiner is investigating the cause of death.... more

East Hampton Town Zoning Board Revokes Duryea's CO, But Awaits Court Action Aug 20, 19 3:23 PM

The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals voted unanimously last week to revoke the certificate of occupancy for Duryea’s... more

Concerned Citizens Of Montauk Host Lobster Bake Aug 12, 19 2:48 PM

The Concerned Citizens of Montauk hosted a Lobster Bake on Saturday evening at Gurney's Star Island Resort and Marina to benefit the... more

Plans To 'Storm' Camp Hero Shut Down By State Aug 9, 19 11:08 AM

Dozens of people’s Facebook plans to “storm” Camp Hero on Saturday, August 10, from 5 to 10 p.m. have been shut... more

Lease Agreement For Gosman's Dock Seems To Portend Pending Sale Aug 7, 19 9:14 AM

The Gosman family appears to have formalized an agreement to sell nearly all of its sprawling commercial properties in Montauk... more

Fire Engulfs Watefront Cottage In Montauk Aug 6, 19 1:52 PM

The Montauk Fire Department was dispatched to a waterfront cottage on Firestone Road that was engulfed in flames before sunrise... more

Death Of Humpback Whale Found Off Montauk Seems To Fit A Recent Pattern Jul 30, 19 4:55 PM

A 30-foot dead humpback whale was found floating in the ocean off Montauk last week in the midst of an “ongoing unusual mortality... more

Lighthouse Renovation Underway, But Funds Are Needed Jul 30, 19 3:40 PM

Nick Racanelli, a member of the Montauk Lighthouse Committee who also owns a construction company, unlatched the front gate on... more

Tesla Floats Idea Of Charging Stations In Montauk Parking Lot Jul 30, 19 2:43 PM

Montauk might soon be home to 12 parking spots equipped with electric chargers, as the automotive company Tesla is pursuing a proposal... more
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