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The Breakwater Yacht Club, somewhat of an institution in the Village of Sag Harbor, may have to fight more than wind to keep its sails up.
Neighbors of a new house on Mill Hill Lane showed up at 2015’s first meeting of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals Friday to air some criticism of it.
While the country is in the midst of a heated debate about police and community relations, the Springs School participated in a national program Friday to show gratitude for the local police.
A fire that broke out in a Springs house on Tuesday morning could have been much worse had an automatic fire alarm not gone off, fire officials said.
Over 1,000 PSEG Long Island customers in Amagansett lost power on Monday morning. Police received word of a possible transformer fire on Main Street just before 10:30 a.m.
Thomas Gilbert Jr. has had several brushes with the law the past few months in both Southampton and East Hampton Towns, and, reportedly, was a suspect in a Sagaponack arson investigation.
A Suffolk County legislator, Al Krupski, whose district includes the North Fork, is voicing his renewed opposition to the Army Corps of Engineers project in Montauk.
Former East Hampton Town fire marshal in hospital with severe lacerations, mainly to his hands, after New Year's Day dog attack on Todd Drive.
A fire that started in a garbage can outside an attached garage quickly ripped through a Northwest Woods house on New Year’s Day, destroying it.
The scope of the work at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center had some worried.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell looks back on 2014 accomplishments and ahead to new goals.
The Springs Fire Department kicked off its 50th anniversary year with a ceremony on New Year’s Day.
A hydrogeologist who reviewed the results of recent tests of soil and groundwater around several of the utility poles installed by PSEG Long Island in East Hampton says that there is indeed cause for concern.