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A resident of Hamilton Street in Sag Harbor told police there on Friday that many thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry, last seen on April 13, was gone a month later, stolen from an upstairs bedroom dresser.
Despite a mixed bag of weather, the Memorial Day weekend saw a much greater influx of angler participation.
Those watching East Hampton's Memorial Day parade on Monday donned raingear and stood under umbrellas as veterans, scouts, firefighters, and public officials marched down Main Street before gathering on the memorial green at Hook Mill to pay tribute to fallen soldiers.
A coastguardsman stationed on Star Island in Montauk was arrested around midnight Saturday and charged by East Hampton Town police with beating a 67-year-old woman who had been sleeping in bed.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, accused of hosting parties at which there was under-age drinking and drug use, pleaded guilty in East Hampton Town Justice Court Thursday to five misdemeanor charges and one violation.
A fire Monday evening at Safelite AutoGlass in Bridgehampton left the building badly damaged, but firefighters saved it from total destruction.
As restaurateurs gear up for Memorial Day weekend and the start of the moneymaking season, some are criticizing a proposed new law that they say would affect patrons waiting to be seated.
Laura Tooman assumed the presidency of the Concerned Citizens of Montauk on May 1, just as the town embarked on a monumental effort to protect groundwater, a coastal assessment resiliency plan is developed, hamlet studies proceed, and the summer visitors arrive.
The official start of summer might be June 21, but on the East End it comes early — this Saturday, to be exact, when the first of the summer’s benefit events, the ARF Designer Show House, kicks off three months of fund-raisers that support a wide range of charities and cultural institutions.
A couple getting their Springs house ready for the summer rental season lost everything on Saturday night to a fire that presented challenges for firefighters
The stage may have been set last week for primary bids for East Hampton Town Board nominations in advance of the November election.
With so much going on around us on the East End every summer, some might forget to look up. But to the founders of the Montauk Observatory, the heavens, and our unobstructed view of stars, planets, and the Milky Way are worthy of attention — and a decade of effort.
A contest is on to see who can guess the weight of Rudy the rooster, a Jersey Black Giant who is large even for the breed. Rudy lives at Rita’s Stables on West Lake Drive in Montauk.