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Dairies, ships’ logs, and historic records will come alive in lecture series
William King’s log of the whaling barque Concordia will be read tomorrow night in the first installment of the East Hampton Historical Society’s winter lecture series at Clinton Academy.

Mother and child injured, driver faces two years

One of the many views from a Gin Lane, Southampton, property that sold last year for $75 million. Sotheby's

Hackles raised as Z.B.A. debates village code definition of a garage


Mangement plan urges elimination by 2025
Mute swans like this one at the nature trail in East Hampton Village would be eradicated in the wild by 2025 under a proposed state plan. Durell Godfrey

Plan calls for photovoltaics at 10 town sites

Shopkeepers weigh benefits of continuity against off-season economic pain
Morgan McGivern


Fourteen middle school students may face suspension after organized brawl