With just a few weeks until the June 26 primary election, candidates for the Democratic Party’s nomination to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin are crisscrossing New York’s First Congressional District, appealing to voters and potential volunteers...
The East Hampton Town Democratic Committee has selected Councilman David Lys as its candidate for the town board seat he has occupied since he was appointed to it in January.
Joe Pintauro, a prolific playwright and fixture of the theatrical and literary worlds, died at home in Sag Harbor on May 29 in the company of his husband and partner of 40 years, Greg Therriault. He was 87.
After several years of preparation, the iconic Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton is ready to play host to the world’s best golfers next week at the 118th U.S. Open. Practice rounds begin Monday morning; the tournament is to begin next...
The next time you fill up your boat with fuel, you may want to have an extra credit card handy. Like the steadily increasing price on land, the cost to top off your tank at your local fuel dock has probably made you flinch.
The Suffolk County Department of Public Works' division of vector control plans to apply larvicide to multiple salt marshes in the Towns of East Hampton and Southampton on Wednesday and Thursday. The action is to control mosquitoes through the...
Services have been scheduled for members of the Krupinski family who died when their plane crashed into the ocean waters off Amagansett on Saturday afternoon.
Ben Krupinski and his wife, Bonnie Bistrian Krupinski, were among those aboard a small private plane that crashed into the ocean Saturday afternoon, East Hampton Town police said.
Rescuers saved the life of a 19-year-old who was found barely breathing from an overdose in front of a house in East Hampton Village Friday morning. Police arrested him on felony charges after they found he had ransacked and damaged the interior.
Infighting and acrimony were put aside on Friday night as the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee nominated Councilman David Lys as its candidate for the town board seat he has occupied since he was appointed to it in January.

Nitrogen water pollution is at the top of the East End environmental agenda lately and will be addressed at 10 a.m. Saturday in a presentation sponsored by the Village Preservation Society of East Hampton. Two Suffolk County Department of Health...
Any writer will tell you the real story lies in what you leave out. It’s the same with parties. Memorial Day weekend is about where you don’t go.
The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter’s summer camp scholarship fund will be the beneficiary of a “change drive” at Sam’s Beverage Place on Race Lane through June 30.