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Barring any last-ditch efforts to save it, the dilapidated house at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor may soon meet its end. The village board voted Tuesday night to accept the building inspector’s recommendation that the time has come to demolish the...
Four weeks after the Amagansett School Board invited residents of the district to learn more about the likely impacts of the East Hampton Housing Authority’s proposed 40-unit affordable housing complex in the hamlet, two petitions are circulating on...
A former resident of Montauk who lost his driving privileges for life after his sixth drunken-driving conviction was at the wheel of a 2003 Ford when police stopped him.
Mary Bromley is always on call. Two phones were at the ready, her mobile phone and a landline, during a recent interview should any patients, or the police, need to reach her.
The Montauk Library's budget proposal for a bit over $900,000 passed easily on Wednesday, 89 to 10. Carmine Marino and Barbara Grimes were re-elected to the library's board, with Mr. Marino collecting 74 votes and Ms. Grimes taking in 88.
Marvin William LaMoore, who was a member of the East Hampton Village Police Department for 20 years, including a period as its interim chief, died at home in Sarasota, Fla., on March 16 of a heart attack.
A Sag Harbor firefighter was flown to Stony Brook University Hospital Thursday afternoon after falling about 10 feet while on a call at the Sag Harbor Gym.
The East End Mental Health Awareness Day, a free conference, will be held on Saturday at Southampton High School. Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., who recently helped secure $175,000 in the state budget to support the South Fork Behavioral Health...
Fred W. Thiele Jr. stepped down Monday from his post as the Sag Harbor Village attorney, just days after Rich Warren, a longtime village consultant, gave notice that he will leave at the end of the 2015-16 fiscal year in May.
Local police departments have some new recruits on the road following the Suffolk County Police Academy graduation earlier this month.
Scenes from a host of current and former Broadway hits will take over the stage at East Hampton High School this weekend, and again on April 15 and 16, when the East End Young Arts Initiative presents its annual "Best of Broadway" revue.
In a little more than two weeks, an organic chicken sandwich was covered in fuzzy, bluish mold, while ones from the East Hampton Middle School cafeteria and McDonald's appear almost exactly as they did when Tycho Burwell first brought them home.
The East Hampton Village Design Review Board ruled on Wednesday that a silver sculpture situated outside the new Mannix Studio of Art on Gingerbread Lane must be removed.