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Hillary Rodham Clinton is expected to arrive at East Hampton Airport in plenty of time for a Saturday fund-raiser, the first of four events in the Hamptons.
Officials from East Hampton Village and the Amagansett Fire District had a sit-down two weeks ago with the chairman of the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners to express their concerns about how often other agencies have to respond to emergency calls in Springs.
East Hampton Town’s deer management advisory committee has recommended increased deer hunting on town lands here in order to thin the deer herd.
The radioactive sands in the area found to be widespread and naturally occurring.
The clown doctors will be on call in East Hampton on Sunday when performers from the Big Apple Circus demonstrate why laughter can be some of the best medicine.
While many of her peers were taking care of last-minute dorm shopping and picking their first college classes, Zoe Vatash was getting ready to join the Israeli Army.
Less than a month after it received a real estate appraisal of the former Stella Maris Regional School property, the Sag Harbor School District has announced it will be formally exploring the idea of purchasing the property.
The owner of a house at 49 Gannet Drive in Montauk, Eileen Alvaliotis of Massapequa, has received citations from East Hampton Town alleging overcrowding and excessive turnover. She was in Town Justice Court Monday to be arraigned on a total of 27...
Andy Piver is selling his comic book “SeeK and the Lost Temple of Yucan Findzit” to raise money for the Springs School’s Visiting Artists program.
The East End Women’s Alliance has no real organizational structure and no formal positions, although a couple of its members call Lilia Melani “captain” for her ability to coordinate events.
The results of the New York State tests in English and math for students in third through eighth grade are in, and the scores show students in some local school districts making progress toward higher proficiency levels on tests that educators say are much tougher than in past years.
An 18-year-old former counselor at Hampton Country Day Camp who stayed in the Ocean Boulevard house that was raided last week described on Monday the conditions she lived in.
As a clampdown on what Montauk residents have described as out-of-control partying in their hamlet continues this summer, Drew Doscher, an owner of the Sloppy Tuna in Montauk, a focus of numerous complaints, has sued East Hampton Town and Thomas Baker, a town fire marshal, for $2 million in damages.