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On Friday a horde of bargain hunters descended upon an 11,000-square-foot mansion on Hedges Lane in Sagaponack. This wasn’t your average estate sale, but rather a “demolition sale,” an upscale free-for-all in which pretty much everything that wasn’t nailed down had to go.
The East Hampton Town Board has become the butt of a series of political cartoons drawn by a local artist and regular participant in town meetings
A 28-question survey asks the candidates to list their environmental qualifications and rank a range of issues in terms of importance.
Fall is here with all its glory. Ticks have gone missing!
East Hampton Town Police Chief Eddie Ecker Jr. confirmed on Tuesday that he will retire at the end of the year.
One of the more bizarre things that happened this summer was that a table asked me if I knew who Rebecca DeWinter was.
An Office of Congressional Ethics report has questioned the way in which Representative Tim Bishop sought a 2012 campaign contribution in connection with securing permits for a private fireworks show
In a land known for over-the-top baronial manses and quaint Shingle Style cottages, there have been few, dare we utter the word, condominiums, east of the Shinnecock Canal, that is, or west of Montauk, where a preponderance of motels can relatively easily be converted into condos, and even more easily into co-ops.
Mr. Cuomo brought his lawyer to assure fishermen that both he and Attorney General Schneiderman were prepared to sue the United States Department of Commerce unless the federal approach to managing the harvest of fluke, or summer flounder, in New York State is changed.