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When fishermen can’t do it, they love to watch.
It’s easy to write about essential kitchen tools, but it’s more fun to talk about the nonessential, the unnecessary, the frivolous, and ridiculous.
Music filled the air, fog and bubble machines set the scene, and the sounds of ghostly howls echoed up and down the streets as costumed trick-or-treaters descended on East Hampton Village for Monday's Halloween festivities.
The Bridgehampton School Board, which has discussed possible expansion of the kindergarten through 12th grade school building over the years, has set Dec. 13 for a referendum on whether to raise some $24.7 million to do so.
Despite predictions of a disappointing bay scallop harvest, the director of the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery delivered a mostly upbeat assessment of his agency’s efforts to the East Hampton Town Trustees on Monday.
Survey by grassroots group looks at what matters most to hamlet residents.
While Bridgehampton Fire District commissioners say a public hearing on the district's 2017 budget was held on Oct. 18, others claim it never took place.
Dennis E. McGuire, a resident of the mobile home park on Oakview Highway, was arrested Monday night and charged with videoing a woman as she was using the shower in his residence.
Carl Yastrzemski, the major league baseball great, is among those who are to be inducted into the Bridgehampton School's Hall of Fame next month.
The zoning board voted 4-0 on Tuesday to uphold a determination by the town’s chief principal building inspector, Ann Glennon, that Paddle Diva, which operates out of the Shagwong Marina on Three Mile Harbor, had expanded the marina’s use beyond what is allowed under town code.
A senior airport attendant, a part-time attendant, and a maintenance employee are manning the East Hampton Town Airport this week after the East Hampton Town Board fired the facility’s manager last Thursday.
It was a long and winding road, but the dilapidated building at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor Village, commonly known as the Morpurgo house, finally changed hands this week.
The driver of a Ford pickup truck struck the vehicle Dick Cavett and his wife, Martha Rogers, were riding in late Wednesday afternoon, sending it into the woods off Montauk Highway. Mr. Cavett was not hurt, but his wife was taken to the hospital with multiple lacerations on her head and face.