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A mammoth 2.26-pound quahog dug from the bottom of Napeague Harbor earned Edward F. Hoff Jr. top honors
The Amagansett Fire District may be buying the old Pacific East space in Amagansett.
Bonac-American red, white, and blue dory in Amagansett has been restored, thanks to an Eagle Scout and his grandfather.
Theresa Quigley burst into tears while defending the East Hampton Town Board against accusations that it had ignored code violations.
With the autumnal wind comes the season of politics, and the weeks ahead will be filled with know-your-candidates fund-raising parties.
Steven Gaines, who is running for East Hampton Town Board on the Republican line, announced the creation of a new local political party this week.
Local tree-care specialists have offered a few tips for protecting your property next time around.
An audit of the East Hampton Town Human Services Department has turned up numerous instances in which supervision and records were lacking.
A storm of outrage caused by the Long Island Power Authority’s struggle to get power restored.
Les Warner of Betham, Conn., is the self-appointed caretaker of the First House Cemetery
At Tuesday night’s East Hampton School Board meeting an existential question sparked a lively and sometimes prickly debate.
Much sand gone, but Irene’s direct blow from the south was a blessing.
Potentially one of the busiest summer weekends was boarded up and shut down by the winds and flooding Irene brought.