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Who is actually the rightful owner of a small portrait of a young Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis is being disputed. A new lawsuit claims the painting was stolen from the Beales' Grey Gardens in the 1970s.
Activities in the great outdoors in the coming days.
A vehicle fire that East Hampton Town police are calling suspicious destroyed the cab of a 2007 Ford 550 dump truck parked at a house on Neck Path in Springs late Wednesday morning.
Four Shelter Island veterans and the mother of a Shelter Island soldier killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010 will come together on the stage of Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor to share stories about their service, their lives, and their losses...
A 24-year-old Springs man who was recently released from jail was back in custody this week after being arrested by East Hampton Town police last Thursday night on multiple charges, including assault as a misdemeanor and a felony count of criminal...
The school break may be a week and a half away, but now is the time to plan for it. There are a number of options for kids who are not heading out of town for the week.
The East Hampton Town Board approved a management and stewardship plan for properties acquired with the community preservation fund at its meeting last Thursday, a plan that includes an estimated $850,000 for the restoration of studios on Neck Path...
Consultants engaged by the town board to conduct studies and make recommendations for the commercial districts of Wainscott, East Hampton, Springs, Amagansett, and the downtown and harbor areas of Montauk proposed dramatic changes for Montauk,...
Maureen’s Haven, a provider of shelter and support services for the homeless, has ceased operation in East Hampton, though, its officials hope, only temporarily.
Last Thursday’s meeting of the East Hampton Village Board began with a plea to change zoning to allow expanded uses of historic inns and reached a crescendo when one village business owner asserted that the business district was in the midst of an...
Eamon Spencer from East Hampton High School offered a hard-to-get chance to study as an undergraduate in Annapolis.
A new Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force will consist of school officials from East Hampton, Montauk, Amagansett, Springs, and Sag Harbor, as well as clergy and representatives of police departments.
Job-seekers have been encouraged to attend an event Friday at the East Hampton Library presented by the Suffolk One-Stop Employment Center at which a range of businesses will meet prospective employees. No appointment is necessary, though the...