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The bay scallop population in town waterways has experienced a modest rebound after two consecutive years that were assessed as “not great,” “bleak,” “very bad,” and “horrible.”
Holly M. Kinyon stunned a crowd of about 125 people at an auction house in Potsdam, N.Y., on Saturday, winning both a rare 1776 printing of the Declaration of Independence and a related cache of printed documents, wills, and family papers linked to East Hampton.
Susan Gandolfo MacNeill recently self-published a book titled “Grover and Elizabeth: An Amagansett Tragedy," about a family's history with Huntington's disease.
Santa has come early for both Guild Hall and Ashawagh Hall, in the form of gifts bequeathed by a Springs woman.
Allison Lisa Lien of East Hampton and Robert Anthony Biscardi of Springs were married on Oct. 28 in an outside ceremony overlooking the water at Cowfish Restaurant in Hampton Bays.
Eight months after hiring a new executive director, the East Hampton Historical Society is beginning the search for her replacement.
The Montauk Lighthouse Committee is gearing up for the return of the big holiday lighting of the Light on Nov. 25 at 4 p.m., after a one-year hiatus. The lighting this year will be dedicated to the late Betsy White, a Montauk Historical Society...
The application deadline for the Talley scholarship is Friday. Applicants must be residents of East Hampton Town.
The newly organized Southampton Town Opioid Addiction Task Force will host a forum, "It Hits Home," on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium at Hampton Bays High School.
A man walking along the edge of a cliff on the west side of Shadmoor State Park in Montauk fell approximately 40 feet to the bottom on Thursday afternoon, according to Montauk Fire Chief Vinnie Franzone.
To commemorate Veterans Day and honor the many local veterans for their service, communities across the South Fork have organized parades and ceremonies for Saturday morning.
Nearly four out of five respondents to a questionnaire mailed to East Hampton Village residents in June would favor a lethal approach to deer management, according to the results of the survey announced at the village board’s work session last Thursday.
Preparations are well underway to return the historical Dominy clock and woodworking shops, which date to the late 18th century, to their original location on North Main Street in East Hampton Village.