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In honor of National Book Lovers' Day, The East Hampton Star is giving away two pairs of tickets to this year's Authors Night, the East Hampton Library's annual fund-raiser.
In hard-to-believe news, New York State is warning motorists about the dangers of taking selfies while driving. 
A portion of East Hampton Village Main Street was closed for over an hour on Tuesday morning after a three-vehicle collision near Mill Hill Lane and the Baker House inn.
A new video from the Montauk Chamber of Commerce to promote fishing and watersports was released on Monday.
In a pre-dawn raid at the Malibu Motel in Montauk Tuesday, East Hampton Town police made three arrests on drug possession charges.
Sunday's Pop-Up Comic Extravaganza in East Hampton attracted artists, writers, and vendors from Springs all the way up to Maine and drew hundreds of fans of comic book culture, fantasy arts, anime, and other kinds of pop culture -- not just from...
On a break from their worldwide "Head Full of Dreams" tour, Coldplay performed at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on Sunday night in a "secret" concert sponsored by Sirius XM satellite radio.
The Coast Guard rescued four people who were in distress in Lake Montauk on Saturday.
Crystal Hayes, 34, and Christopher King, 38, had exited their Jeep to take pictures of a brush fire on Sunrise Highway when they were hit by a 20-year-old allegedly driving under the influence of drugs.
So much is happening this weekend, and it seems it's all happening in Amagansett. The hamlet is hosting several events, including a Junior Lifeguard Tournament at Indian Wells, and the Amagansett Presbyterian Church Summer Fair.
The Bridgehampton Fire District is facing a potential fine from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for an alleged code violation involving the district’s new generator, which a county official said was three-quarters full of fuel...
Enterococcus, a coliform bacteria that indicates the presence of fecal matter in the water, is another threat to the well-being of the South Fork’s waterways and the people who use them.
Emergency medical personnel in Springs did not know what had come of a patient who was thrown from a motorcycle and gravely injured last year until he walked into the firehouse out of the blue.