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The East Hampton Library is a little more than a week away from unveiling the latest, and last, piece of the overhaul it began in June 2012.
A former Sag Harbor man who recently moved to the Oakview Highway trailer park in East Hampton was arrested Tuesday afternoon on three rape charges.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and when young Nicholas wanted to eat an apple but was frustrated by the sticky juice that got all over his hand, his mother, Debbie Blake-Frasca, got an idea.
In his victory speech on election night, Donald Trump called on America to “bind the wounds of division” and “come together as one united people,” but with his anti-immigrant rhetoric on the campaign trail still resonating, his election has struck a note of fear and uncertainty for many.
In Suffolk, according to unofficial results from the county board of elections, 2016 voter turnout was up by 36,609 over the last presidential election.
The atmosphere at LTV Studios in Wainscott, which the East Hampton Town Democrats rented Tuesday night for an election-watching celebration, was far from celebratory.
Almost the entire North and South Fork economy is powered by the labor of Latin American workers; sudden changes in immigration policy could be catastrophic to the farming, construction, and hospitality sectors.
East Hampton Town police need the public's help in identifying a teenager who was struck by a pickup truck in Springs on Tuesday evening.
Representative Lee Zeldin, a first-term Republican serving New York’s First Congressional District, has won re-election over former Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst.
A federal appeals court has barred East Hampton Town from enforcing three laws aimed at addressing excessive aircraft noise at East Hampton Airport.
A fund-raiser will be held on Saturday for a couple still recovering from injuries sustained when they were hit by an allegedly inebriated driver in August.
Most of the companies accused of noise or curfew violations at East Hampton Town Airport during the summer have agreed to pay $500 fines in a plea-bargaining arrangement adjudicated by Justice Steven Tekulsky in Justice Court on Monday.
Feverish discourse on the 2016 election is seemingly everywhere right now — from newspapers and television to social media and even in the hallways and classrooms in our schools. The students are being inundated with information and opinions.