Catch up on the news you may have missed this week in the Town of East Hampton.
The Riverhead Foundation said sea turtles found in East Hampton Town are not the same as the one the Coast Guard freed off Montauk.
A seasonal peak evening train from Hunterspoint to Montauk is among a series of "service investments" announced by the Long Island Rail Road this week.
No changes on the South Fork following Colorado shooting during midnight showing of new Batman movie.
Eco-friendly shuttle service will launch in its third hamlet Aug. 1.
State legislation passed on Wednesday provides tax incentives for craft brewers in New York State, and created a farm brewery classification for small breweries.
Partner in Sole East says it's an 'inappropriate' location for music and arts festival.
John Jay LaValle said the Suffolk GOP committee would be wasting Jeremy Brandt's time if it put him up as a candidate to challenge New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr.
Republican challenger Randy Altschuler had outraised Democrat incumbent Tim Bishop in the previous three campaign finance filing periods, though the scales tipped to Bishop in the most recent filing.
Supreme court decision states town adequately considered the issues of noise impacts and runway choice.
Crime & Courts
Matthew Byank, of Mastic, was sentenced to the max under a negotiated plea deal with the court on Wednesday.
A pit bull that allegedly mauled to death a Shih Tzu in Springs last week will be euthanized on Wednesday, as its owner is being held responsible.
Uptick in fatal accidents this year in the Town of East Hampton, despite selective enforcement initiatives.
East Hampton resident reacts to latest ruling that gays aren't allowed in the Boy Scouts.
Members of Calvary Baptist recalled the Rev. Charles E. Hopson's smile, advice, and prayers.
Stuart's Seafood said the crustacean, brought in last week, didn't make it.