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A May 1 announcement from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that illnesses from tick, mosquito, and flea bites more than tripled from 2004 through 2016 came as no surprise on the South Fork.
With the June 26 primary election fast approaching, the five Democratic candidates seeking to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin in New York’s First Congressional District were measured in their remarks at a debate last Thursday at Hampton Bays...
After two years without a pastor, the First Baptist Church of Bridgehampton has a live one. And she’s a woman — a first in the church’s recently celebrated 94 years and a rarity in the Baptist church nationally.
There’s some blue-sky thinking going on at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in East Hampton, intended to draw students into decision-making.
A Medford man who spent nearly four years in prison for his part in a 2008 fatal attack on an Ecuadorean immigrant in Patchogue — a hate crime that made international headlines — is back in police custody this week following an arrest in Montauk.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in Montauk just after midnight on Friday after being hit by a car driven by an allegedly drunken driver.
Joe Pintauro died at home in Sag Harbor on May 29 in the company of his husband, Greg Therriault.
For as long as I can remember, a strong tradition has surrounded the Memorial Day weekend in my family. It’s a pretty basic one actually: You had to put on your finest swim trunks and go for a swim (usually a very brief one) in the still chilly...
A Suffolk County Supreme Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Rona Klopman, a member of the East Hampton Democratic Committee and candidate for chairwoman, seeking to determine the committee's "true current membership," which Ms. Klopman...
Nearly two months after a delivery driver was killed in a hit-and-run on County Road 39 in Southampton, police arrested the man they say was responsible.
Jay Schneiderman, the Southampton Town supervisor and former East Hampton Town supervisor, hopes to win the Democratic nomination for Suffolk County comptroller.
Jemille Charlton was voted in as master of Sag Harbor’s Wamponamon Lodge No. 437 of Free and Accepted Masons of the Grand Lodge of New York on May 17. Mr. Charlton is an active-duty member of the New York Air National Guard, holding the rank...
The Suffolk County Health Department announced a further expansion of its private well survey in the vicinity of the East Hampton Airport on Friday.