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Although the Montauk Chamber of Commerce has put on its Stars Over Montauk, Grucci Fireworks show for almost two decades, in recent years it has fallen short in its fund-raising goals.
Eighty-three years after opening as the Jungle Inn, a Fort Pond Boulevard watering hole in Springs is once again a restaurant, a place to hear live music, and a community hub.
Less than a year ago, Jinna Rolf, who is 93, began painting. Although she and the other members of her art class have had a variety of hobbies during their lives, all of them discovered the joys of painting in their later years.
With the July Fourth holiday weekend beginning on Friday and the Fourth itself not until Tuesday, the number of visitors in East Hampton did not quickly abate, and traffic, crowding, and egregious, even illegal behavior, remained a focus of town officials.
After a 28-hour search that spanned 4,200 square miles, the Coast Guard calls off search for missing fisherman last seen aboard a commercial boat 25 miles south of Montauk.
Nearly 24 hours after a crewmember was last seen on Monday afternoon 30 miles south of Montauk, the search continues Tuesday in the Atlantic Ocean.
The driver did not report the accident on an East Hampton Village road and will be given a summons.
Despite neighbors' protests, house with three "front yards" will get garage in one.
The grand jury that indicted Valon Shoshi last week in an assault earlier this month on his former girlfriend raised the legal stakes for him significantly by adding two new felony charges to the two he was already facing.
A jewelry sale that was to be held Friday at Grey Gardens, the West End Road residence made famous by its connection to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and a 1975 documentary about its inhabitants, has raised questions about the use of private houses for commercial ventures.
Today is the day that Uber, Lyft, and other “transportation network companies” can begin operating legally on the South Fork, as the result of a law approved in Albany earlier this month.
Unusually high numbers of emaciated great shearwaters, which spend most of their time far out at sea, have been spotted on Long Island beaches in the past week.
Three students who graduated from high school in East Hampton, Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton this month are a study in getting ahead despite the odds.