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A brawl at the Montauk 7-Eleven over the Memorial Day weekend has led to eight arrests, including two on felony charges of attempted assault with a weapon — a four-foot-long wooden two-by-four — with intent to cause serious injury.
Bravo’s reality series “Summer House” will be moving from Napeague to Water Mill after it was denied a filming permit in East Hampton Town.
On Saturday, 10 intrepid East Hampton High School sophomores braved the elements by spending the night in cardboard boxes on the lawn of the school, all for a good cause.
Scallops that were too small for harvesting last season are getting ready to spawn in our local waters.
After 16 years at the Southampton Village location, the Stevensons turned their vision of opening a second store into a reality.
New standards may be in place by September.
Children of all ages were dealt a crushing blow when, on May 21, after 146 years, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus gave its last-ever performance, at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale.
Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman is leaving East Hampton after 10 years to return to Dallas, where he will lecture in the department of Jewish studies at Southern Methodist University.
A Coast Guardsman stationed on Star Island in Montauk was arrested a little after midnight Saturday and charged by East Hampton Town police with beating up a 67-year-old Montauk woman whom he found asleep in bed.
Despite President Trump’s efforts to roll back many of the former first lady Michelle Obama’s healthy eating rules for schools, Beth Doyle, the principal of the John M. Marshall Elementary School, believes schools need to do more, not less, to help students develop healthy attitudes toward food and lifestyle.
A brawl at the Montauk 7-Eleven early Sunday morning led to police issuing one appearance ticket at the scene and an arrest on felony and misdemeanor charges Wednesday morning.
Memorial Day weekend this year brought the return of a restored Civil War-era cannon to the green at Ashawagh Hall, where it sits atop the stone war memorial inscribed with the names of veterans from Springs.
Ray Overton, a former town trustee, has been chosen by the Southampton Town Republican Committee to challenge Supervisor Jay Schneiderman in November.