Stonecrop, a New Zealand winery owned by two Montaukers, will offer a tasting of its wine, including its rosé.
Driver crashed through town justice’s fence
Luis Marin-Castro was arrested on drunken-driving charges after he crashed into a fence at East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana’s Springs house on Sunday.
In a 52-year career, he taught not just basketball skills but character
Ed Petrie on the court and on the job in 2008
East Hampton High won’t look like it did when her parents went there
Abby and Adam Chapman met in high school here and now their four children, Alyse, Aurora, Olivia, and Joshua, are all attending East Hampton schools, with Olivia set to “graduate from kindergarten” next month.
Algal blooms’ causes and solutions sought
Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University, center, along with Jennifer Jankowiak and Ryan Wallace, graduate students, will conduct research on Georgica Pond’s water quality.
Stony Brook University
$27,535 goal for I-Tri with Hampton Jitney help
Joan Overlock and Fred Doss founded GoodCircle in 2014 as a way to connect businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community members, who can then accomplish local projects.
Bins belong at road ends, not on beaches
A sticker affixed to a garbage receptacle at Wiborg’s Beach in East Hampton Village delivers a blunt message to the East Hampton Town Trustees.
Hailey London, the Springs School's greenhouse manager, showed kindergarteners how to water plants during a classroom activity in April.
Officer Steven Niggles, center, made the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Village Police Department. He posed for a photograph with, from left, Legislators Kara Hahn, Sarah Anker, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Legislator Kate Browning, and Sgt. Matt Morgan.
Officer Vincent Rantinella was honored for making the most D.W.I. arrests in the East Hampton Town Police Department. The county officials posed with Office Rantinella and Sgt. Chelsea Tierney.