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Congress Hall, once owned by Fishhooks Mulford, has many stories to tell
Questions are surfacing about the future of East Hampton Town’s septic waste plant, as the town board is poised to review proposals from private companies.
The East Hampton Village Board held a public hearing on Friday on a law that would restrict the size of real estate signs.
A plan to have a controversial new outdoor lighting law examined by a new committee drew agreement across the town board.
Local environmental groups have asked the State Department of Environmental Conservation to immediately ban the three most frequently found chemicals from use on the Island.
    As a condition of an East Hampton Town Trustee okay to repair a rock revetment in front of his oceanfront property back in 2006, William Rayner of West End Road promised to keep it covered with sand. This he has done, and he has...
A rare, tall-case alarm clock made in East Hampton in 1798 by the Dominy family was sold at auction at Sotheby's in New York on Saturday to an unidentified bidder, who will pay $110,500.
A crowd packed the Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton on Monday to sing, listen, and pay tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The weather has been exceptionally good for January, the deer herd bigger and the harvest has been low.
A lesson in ‘the power one person has to spark tremendous change’
A new draft of lighting code revisions will be a topic of discussion at a meeting of environmental groups in East Hampton.
Mark Naison, a professor of African-American studies and history at Fordham University, said the Occupy movement had brought the issues of economic inequality that Dr. King had raised to the forefront of political discourse.

Richard D. Threlkeld, a retired network television news reporter, died Friday morning when his Mini Cooper struck a Peterbilt truck hauling propane.