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For Dakota Quackenbush, an East Hampton fifth grader who is beginning a six-month national tour with "The Sound of Music," the past few weeks have been a whirlwind.
Local cultural and art organizations are among those that have been awarded more than $41 million in funding from New York State.
In the midst of the worldwide migration of refugees, one small story carries a spot of sunshine among the many tales of upheaval and struggle.
Members and those curious about the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce are invited to a mixer at Cittanuova restaurant on Thursday.
Response of Suffolk County, a 24-hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention hotline, is looking for new volunteers, and bilingual volunteers are especially needed, the agency said.
Despite quick action by the Montauk Fire Department Saturday just before noon, a pickup truck parked in the beach access area by Sloppy Tuna on South Edison Street was totaled in a fast-moving fire.
Question remains whether to let PSEG-Long Island move forward with a plan to strengthen electric grid in the North Haven-Noyac area while exploring the idea of burying the lines by Long Beach.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to deport undocumented immigrants and deny federal funding to so-called sanctuary cities has unnerved many South Fork residents.
The East Hampton Town Police Department has named its annual “Cop of the Year” for 2016.
Information about the state of Long Island’s groundwater and on the quality of the treated drinking water provided to residents by various suppliers, including the Suffolk County Water Authority, can be found on WaterTraq, a new interactive website.
A Springs School bus driver raised the issue of overcrowded school buses and potential safety hazards posed by unruly children on her bus.
The Maidstone Club has withdrawn an application to the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals for permits and variances to construct a 352-foot-long concrete bridge spanning a small section of Hook Pond north of Dunemere Lane.
A ruling on numerous motions filed in Suffolk District Court in Central Islip by attorneys for Sean P. Ludwick, the Manhattan developer accused of vehicular homicide in an early morning crash in Noyac in 2015, is expected from Justice Fernando Camacho on Feb. 16.