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David E. Eagan was barred from practicing law for two years as punishment for failing to file proper New York State tax returns for 2010.
Spurred on by a desire to win the franchise's first-ever Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League championship, the Montauk Mustangs swept the North Ospreys this past weekend, 13-4 and 10-7.
Army Reserve First Lt. Elizabeth Mamay received a flag that was flown over Citi Field, and was honored as Veteran of the Game.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has invited pool owners to take part in the fifth annual Asian longhorned beetle Swimming Pool Survey.
The owners of 41 Route 114 in East Hampton, home to the East Hampton School District's transportation depot, have put the property up for sale, and on Tuesday the East Hampton School Board will discuss what to do in light of the news.
East Hampton Town police harvested 48 marijuana plants, along with drying and dried, processed plants in a raid at 74 Talmage Farm Lane in Springs on Friday
New York State Comptroller Thomas F. DiNapoli on Wednesday released an audit criticizing the Montauk School District for financial practices that allegedly included overestimating its budget, keeping surpluses that exceed state limits, overfilling...
The Ladies Village Improvement Society Fair, Isaac Mizrahi at BookHampton, a free concert at Innersleeve Records, and a "Midsummer's Evening" for the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary.
After a four-year renovation, John Jermain reopens in its Main Street home.
Summer is the season. For what, you may ask, and the answer varies widely in East Hampton Town, depending on if you are a vacationer here, a second-home owner, or a year-round resident.
Here in East Hampton, with pop-up shops opening inside of pop-up shops, it is safe to say we’ve officially reached peak pop-up.
Fourteen years ago on Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett, a near-crisis unfolded when a lifeguard training on a Jet Ski lost control and hit a toddler playing at the water’s edge. Now a teenager, the victim has become a rescuer himself, working as...
Three East Hampton Town employees worked together Tuesday morning to free a dog trapped in a locked, overheated car.