A Long Island community was upset Monday, outraged that garbage from the Hamptons and other east end towns is being held in their town until state officials can figure out how to send it to a landfill out of state.
The aluminum colossus dubbed “Walking Figure” appeared at the airport in Westhampton, not far from the village and beaches.
Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Tim Bishop are calling on the FAA to extend the over-the-water route regulation for helicopters flying to and from Long Island’s East End.
Weeds are popping up everywhere now that the weather has warmed up, and now, there is a different kind of eco-friendly solution.
It’s been 18 months since Sandy struck and now on the cusp of the 2014 hurricane season, Montauk residents are calling the federal emergency project to protect their vulnerable East End community pathetic.
Southampton Town Police Department Sgt. Michael Burns said a 911 call of a vehicle on fire was made at 12:04 p.m.
Cornell graduate John Condzella, 27, leased land on his parents’ East End farm to grow hops. The vines curl up 30-foot trellises and poles and branch out into flowers known as hops. Hops give beer much of its flavor and aroma.
A toxic tide has been rolling in on the east end of Long Island, and residents have been concerned.
This has been an especially tough growing year. The spring growing season was stunted due to cool temperatures and rain, and now a week long unrelenting burst of humid heat is taxing fields and farm stands across the East End.
The Hamptons is known for its beautiful beaches and wealth, and summertime helicopter noise. Some, however, hope a solution to the noise has been found.
An architect who designed fancy homes for Hollywood celebrities on the East End of Long Island was in court Monday to answer to child pornography charges.
Long Island’s wine industry is getting some international attention this month, as it celebrates 40 years of growth.
Students, parents and teachers drove to local charities to drop off the donations, surprising hundreds of needy families who expected to receive nothing this Christmas.
Long Island’s all important East End agriculture industry has been hit hard by all this rain and stormy weather of late, and that is bad news for those who want a locally grown pumpkin for this Halloween.
A new clinic will make it much easier for veterans on the east end of Long Island to get medical care.