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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.
While every municipality in New York State is facing an almost-zero limit on increases in taxes, the state tax cap, first adopted in 2012, is particularly onerous for school districts.
If you are a Bernie Sanders supporter on the East End, it is not hard to find others who “Feel the Bern.” Supporters have watched debates, made phone calls, signed petitions, and carpooled to “get out the vote” events. Those who support Donald J....
The Sag Harbor School District will ask the community during the annual school board and budget vote in May whether it should issue bonds to buy and renovate the Stella Maris Regional School.
The coroner for the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office has determined that Lilia Esperanza Aucapina, who disappeared in October and whose body was found six weeks later, committed suicide, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman said...
We have been defacing our 30 percent at an ever-increasing pace ever since the industrial revolution ramped up in the mid-1800s. Our factories and our wars are collectively changing the landscape overnight.
Musical tackles mature topics, but student talents were up to the challenge.