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Loretta E. Lynch led prosecution of 7-Eleven owners accused of exploiting undocumented immigrants and pressed for prosecution in Ponzi scheme involving the Panoramic Resort in Montauk.
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenback Jr. will go on medical leave on Wednesday, leaving the deputy mayor, Barbara Borsack, in control in his absence.
East Hampton High School's boys volleyball team lost to Eastport-South Manor in the county Class B championship game on Thursday evening at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood.
The Amagansett Fire Department made a quick stop on a fire, saving a house that was built on top of a barge on Louse Point Road in Springs.
State Senator Lee Zeldin won a decisive victory over Representative Tim Bishop on Tuesday, unseating the six-term Democratic congressman with 55 percent of the vote.
The East Hampton Town Board has vowed to address aircraft noise, particularly from helicopters, and the town is exploring how airport restrictions might be put in place.
Former foghorn site would be a museum about the ocean and its wave riders.
Robust scallop season ahead, but poachers feared.
After a 2011 denial, Broadview Association returned with a scaled-down plan.
The Eastern Long Island Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation appeared before the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee, hoping to persuade members to take a closer look at the Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed beach restoration project.
Outside the courtroom last Thursday, Mr. Shoshi stood with his many friends and family who had come to show their support for him.
Monday was a wonderful one for Bonac sports — East Hampton High School's boys soccer and boys volleyball teams won playoff games here, advancing to county championship contests Thursday.
Families flocked to East Hampton Village on Friday afternoon for downtown trick-or-treating in the after-school hours, then went door-to-door on the streets off Newtown Lane.