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Anne Jackson, the consummate actress whose career in theater, films, and television, like her marriage to Eli Wallach, her frequent co-star, spanned more than six decades, died at her Manhattan home on April 12.
Mario Trunzo, known as the longest-working barber in the history of Sag Harbor, died in his sleep at home on Madison Street last Thursday, surrounded by his family.
Virginia Frati, who lives up the street from me, across from the Morton Wildlife Refuge, has been looking after injured and sick mammals, birds, turtles, frogs, and even snakes for 20 years.
The Montauk School Board adopted its proposed 2016-17 budget on April 12, putting $18,978,163 up for community approval on May 17.
Officials from PSEG Long Island this week outlined their plan to begin replacing utility poles throughout East Hampton as part of a federally funded project.
A wheelchair-bound woman and her dog escaped a Water Mill house that was on fire Friday afternoon, according to the Bridgehampton Fire Department.
Gerard Larsen is interested in the top position in the Southampton Town Police Department, where Chief Robert Pearce will leave at the end of September.
While some dread the approach of April 15, others relish its arrival because it’s the opening of the striped bass season in New York State.
As the Army Corps of Engineers finishes its project on the downtown Montauk beach, public discussion is turning an effort to build up and protect the beach west of the Lake Montauk inlet.
Lazy Point, an Amagansett boutique blending curated goods and artwork from locales near and far, is on the move.
Reg Cornelia, an 18-year member of the East Hampton Republican Committee and its vice chairman since 2014, was elected to lead the committee on Wednesday night, prevailing over Amos Goodman, a recent, unsuccessful candidate for the Suffolk County Legislature.
Residents of the South Fork will add their voices to a clamorous debate on Tuesday when they vote in the first New York State presidential primary in recent memory that is expected to play a substantial role in determining the major parties’ nominees in November.
Barring any last-ditch efforts to save it, the dilapidated house at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor may soon meet its end. The village board voted Tuesday night to accept the building inspector’s recommendation that the time has come to demolish the building.