A New York City medallion taxi crashed through a fence at the Hedges Inn in East Hampton. The driver has been charged with drunken driving.
Kids took turns blowing plastic shofars during a 2013 Rosh Hashana celebration at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons.
In Springs, hallway traffic jams, improvised work spaces are a daily reality
The Springs School’s fourth grade has 75 students and average class sizes of 25. Above, Beth Scammell, with her fourth-grade class.
When the bell rings to signal the end of periods at the Springs School, more than 300 children are often in the hallways changing classes at once. Christine Sampson
Police found 18 people at four-bedroom in Montauk
Alina Gersham, the alleged organizer of an illegal Montauk share house left East Hampton Town Justice Court Monday after being arraigned and posting $5,000 bail.
The supervisor's proposed budget includes money to improve lifeguard protection, adding a third lifeguard stand on the downtown Montauk beach.
Paddleboard business comes under scrutiny
A crowd of about 200 gathered in the high school auditorium
Kathy McGeehan’s 1989 conference-champion gymnastics team was inducted into East Hampton High’s Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Mark McKee’s parents always said if the brothers were to receive an award not to let him talk. Jack Graves
Christine Sampson photos