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Detectives are investigating what happened on Hayground Road, near Windmill Lane, on Friday, July 28.
Southampton Town police announced today the arrests of two men last Thursday on multiple felony charges related to the alleged dealing of heroin.
The Springs School Board has decided to tear up the asphalt covering a play area in order to assess a septic system problem.
The East Hampton Town Historic Records Project, a collaboration between the town and the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection, has scanned and preserved a trove of rare archival materials.
The disconnect between the science of and policy on climate change in the United States, particularly in the Trump era, will be the subject of a Hamptons Institute panel talk Tuesday at Guild Hall.
An informational forum on deer hosted by the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton last Thursday largely focused on ticks and the pathogens they carry, though one presenter emphasized the impact of deer on forests and what he said was their destruction of other animals’ habitat.
In a speech in Brentwood on Friday, President Donald Trump told Suffolk County law enforcement officials that “we love our police, we love our sheriffs, and we love our ICE officers.”
A new collaboration between the East End Classic Boat Society and the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter aims to teach kids valuable skills that might even open doors for future careers.
Police officers shouldering semiautomatic weapons greeted attendees at various events in Southampton Town recently, including the Children’s Museum of the East End’s annual family fair and Super Saturday.
A persistent, hard northeast wind at the end of July is not all that common.
Jordan’s Run, a 5K run-walk in Sag Harbor honoring that village’s heroic Marine, Jordan C. Haerter, has, after taking some tentative steps in 2016, grown by leaps and bounds.
A noise complaint from a resident of Buell Lane in East Hampton Village shortly before midnight on Saturday drew police to 27 Edwards Lane, where they said they found over 50 young partiers in the backyard.
Days after a pondfront property owner successfully lobbied the East Hampton Town Trustees to allow increased testing of Wainscott Pond, sampling conducted by researchers from the Stony Brook University confirmed a bloom of toxic cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, there.