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The East Hampton Town Police Department is investigating an accident near the East Hampton Town recycling center on Springs-Fireplace Road that left a 74-year-old man dead Sunday morning.
First responders will gather in East Hampton Village on Tuesday to remember those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A motorcyclist who East Hampton Town police said was driving drunk is in critical condition after a crash in Springs on Sunday morning.
With just a few permits to secure, work on the long hoped for expansion of the Montauk Playhouse Community Center could begin this winter. The $8.5 million undertaking is to include two swimming pools, classrooms, and fitness and performance spaces.
They were both Democratic hopefuls, after all, and the criticisms and ­policy differences were articulated gently when East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys and David Gruber, a former chairman of the town’s Democratic Committee who is challenging...
Three East Hampton Village assistant beach managers resigned in protest last Thursday, saying the board had recommended new uniforms for female lifeguards against their advice and that they were being “made the scapegoats” for the decision.
After testing on Wednesday confirmed a blue-green algae bloom in the southern end of Fort Pond and an elevated risk of another in the pond's northern end, Concerned Citizens of Montauk is urging people to stay out of the pond and keep children and...
Late last month, the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection acquired a curious item from an upstate antiques dealer.
“Which reminds me, I should check on the Twinkies,” I told Amy Zerner on Saturday. I was at an end-of-summer dinner party hosted by the glamorous grande dame of crime fiction, the English novelist and screenwriter Lynda La Plante.
East Hampton Airport will be the site of an open house Saturday hosted by the East Hampton Aviation Association.
In advance of a Sept. 15 vote, the East Hampton Library will present its 2019 budget to the public Thursday afternoon at 3.
It was a booming summer for East Hampton Village retail stores. According to shopkeepers and gallery owners, sales were strong even as soaring temperatures beckoned people to the beach.
Nearly two years after winning approval for a $24.7 million expansion and renovation project, the Bridgehampton School District will ask voters next Thursday for permission to borrow an additional $4.7 million to bring the project to fruition.