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Sag Harborite hopes clues will lead to masterpieces lost in World War II
These days Flanders is attracting first-time homebuyers and others from more expensive areas farther east
East Hampton Town Councilwoman Theresa Quigley and Margaret Turner expressed outrage at a work session of the town board Tuesday morning over being kept in the dark by Councilwoman Sylvia Overby
Perry Duryea III will be honored as the Montauk Chamber of Commerce’s man of the year
A raging fire at Montauk Shores Condominiums destroyed two residences and a shed as the sun rose yesterday.
Police said they arrested John X. Tracy III, 19, in connection with with a robbery Saturday at Springs Wines and Liquors in which he was alleged to have made off with $1,500 cash.
East Hampton Town Board Republicans appear ready to approve new zoning for an Amagansett parcel that would allow a controversial, high-density, luxury development for older residents. By a 3-2 vote Thursday, they agreed to schedule dual hearings on the plan at their final meeting of the year.
The debate over whether to unleash drug-sniffing dogs at East Hampton High School cleared its last and final hurdle Tuesday night, with the school board unanimously voting to amend its policy
The owners of waterfront properties are seeing sharp increases in the cost of their federal flood insurance premiums