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An East Hampton attorney who was barred from the practice of law in August for "mental incompetence" has been charged with stealing over $500,000 from the estate of a North Fork woman, and with thefts against local people as well.
Amanda Merrow and Katie Baldwin of Amber Waves Farm are seeking housing for seven employees and apprentices for the 2017 season.
The East End could see snow accumulations of 6 to 10 inches or higher late Wednesday night and Thursday, according to the National Weather Service, which issued a winter storm watch Tuesday afternoon.
Sag Harbor first responders received $27,000 in donations after two fund-raisers were held as a way of thanking the agencies after the December fire that destroyed the Sag Harbor Cinema lobby and two other buildings on Main Street.
Sag Harbor School District vote on all-natural grass fields, instead of the synthetic turf fields voted down in December, will be held on Feb 15.
The South Fork could be hit with six inches of snow or more midweek if a developing winter storm stays on track. 
If you know a senior citizen who stands out above the rest, as a volunteer or as a community leader, Suffolk County wants to hear from you.
All have been invited to enjoy a soup dinner with contributions from South Fork restaurants, sponsored by the East Hampton Clericus, in the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church on Wednesday.
The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for Tuesday night has been canceled. The four public hearings concerning applications for variances that were to take place will be held, instead, in March. The new date will be...
Representative Lee Zeldin defended the executive order barring entry by citizens of the seven countries, but at the same time said he would ensure that any misapplication of the order would be corrected.
In order “to streamline the regulatory process without sacrificing meaningful environmental review,” the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has proposed amending SEQRA.
Phragmites, an invasive plant that thrives at the edges of ponds and streams, was the focus of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on Friday.
Feb. 1 is always a busy day at East Hampton Village Hall, and yesterday was no exception: The first day of February is the day that nonresident permits to park at the village’s ocean beaches go on sale.