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Ruth Appelhof was surprised with her own Guild Hall Lifetime Achievement Award on Tuesday night at the Rainbow Room in New York City.

An accident occurred at the intersection of Halsey Lane, just east of Citarella, just before 4:30 p.m.
Carolyn Brody purchased BookHampton, and Charline Spektor will hand over the keys this week.
An attorney representing one current and one former Springs School employee in lawsuits against the school district has been charged with grand larceny after Nassau County police say he misused $198,000 in settlement monies that had been awarded to...
Marine biologists are still trying to determine what caused a harp seal found beached in Montauk to die, though they are cautioning against the public touching stranded seals, which is what happened to this particular one on Saturday.
Consultants who will help East Hampton Town develop plans for the nonresidential areas of each of the town's hamlets will hold meetings next week to hear the public's thoughts and concerns.
The Donald T. Sharkey Memorial Community Fund crowned its sixth Mr. Amagansett on Saturday.
Members of the East Hampton Fire Department spent some time at the airport in Wainscott on Sunday to learn more about aircraft emergencies.
The Hampton Coffee Company will host the Southampton Town Youth Bureau's open mike night at its County Road 39 in location in Southampton on Friday, and applications are now available for June's Battle of the Bands.
Sag Harbor Village officials unveiled conceptual drawings and related details on Friday for a waterfront park they would like to see on Ferry Road, despite unwillingness by the private property owners to sell the property.
Two people and two dogs escaped a fire that destroyed a house in Water Mill early Thursday morning thanks to the quick action of two police officers.
A system of autonomous power-generating stations at key locations in East Hampton could keep important buildings powered even if widespread power outages occurred while also saving money and using primarily clean technology.
Neighbor objected, but that appeal came six years too late, Z.B.A. finds.