Quietly, with an absence of fanfare or formal announcement, Gurney’s Inn has changed hands.
A fire Sunday in a Springs house filled with fine art, antiques, and one dog took several hours and four fire companies to quell.
A common refrain in my restaurant is, “Tipping isn’t required. They don’t have to leave you anything.” The implication being that I should shut up and be grateful for what I do get.
Three people were hospitalized, one a 6-year-old child who remained in serious condition, after an allegedly drunk driver struck a BMW on Route 114 in East Hampton on Saturday.
Twisted in rope and moving with difficulty, a leatherback turtle, estimated at 600 pounds, was released by the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and U.S. Coast Guard on Thursday.
Since establishing itself as a boarding school in 2008, when Ross first enrolled 11 boarding students, the boarding program has rapidly expanded. Of the approximately 500 students enrolled at the school this year, around 40 percent were boarding students, a number that school officials say will hold steady come September.
Though historic houses are a huge factor in what creates the aura of the Hamptons, buyers are few and far between.
A complex presentation before the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on June 28 demonstrated the increased scrutiny applications concerning oceanfront properties will face in a post-Hurricane Sandy world.
On a Saturday smack in the height of a hot, hectic, summer season, traffic will come to a halt to make way for a bicycle brigade of more than 50 wounded soldiers from the United States and United Kingdom along with hundreds of their supporters.