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Schenck Fuels Services, a family-owned East Hampton company that has provided oil supply and home heating services to residents of the town since 1902, was sold on Friday to the Star Group, a publicly traded corporation based in Stamford, Conn.
Looking ahead to the weekend, the fifth annual Tyler Valcich Memorial Classic Car Show happens Sunday in Amagansett and the Bridgehampton Museum’s road rally is Saturday.
About 125 firefighters from six fire departments responded to a fire at the billionaire's estate that took nearly three hours to extinguish Friday night.
Firefighters fought flames for about three hours after a fire started in the attic at the billionaire investor and philanthropist's East Hampton house.
As its season winds down, the Mabel and Victor D’Amico Studio and Archive continues to host events for study and practice.
This year’s Hampton Library budget vote and board election will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Diana Payne, a Sagaponack resident, is running unopposed.
This year’s Art/History/Amagansett series of conversations at the Amagansett Library concludes this weekend with two events.
Kilkare, the iconic 1879 house dramatically moored atop a 3.42-acre swath of bluff and dunes on the Georgica oceanfront in Wainscott has hit the market again with a different real estate agent and a notably amended listing.
The East Hampton Town Board agreed last Thursday to issue bonds through which it will spend up to $200,000 for a map, plan, and report, including a cost estimate, of the proposed creation of a beach erosion-control district in downtown Montauk.
The South Fork commercial fishing industry remains opposed to Deepwater Wind’s proposed offshore wind farm, and now several hundred Wainscott residents have opened another hostile front, this one specific to the Rhode Island company’s preferred...
If a “blue wave” is coming in November, it could strike our South Fork shores, largely due to a recent surge in youth voter registration.
Thursday from 7 to 9, there will be a program for the larger community, offering an overview of the problem “to help participants gain an increased awareness and understanding of how this crime occurs in our community,” according to a release.
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ Largest Clam Contest, an early-autumn tradition that celebrates the bounty of the town’s waterways, drew a crowd to the grounds of the trustees’ offices at the Lamb Building in Amagansett on Sunday.