Anthony Drexel Duke, who as founder of the former Boys Harbor camp on Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton was a model and benefactor to generations of inner-city children, died at home in Gainesville, Fla., on April 30.
To real estate agents, Amagansett is made up of four parts: the area north of the highway that includes the Bell Estate and Devon, the Dunes, Napeague, and the Lanes, the picturesque grid bordered by Indian Wells Highway on the west and Atlantic...
A drug that can reverse the effects of life-threatening overdoses of the opioid drugs, like heroin, is now being used by emergency medical service providers throughout Suffolk County and will soon be available to South Fork police departments.
Sean MacPherson, who brought his high-end hotel empire to Montauk in 2010 when he opened the Crow’s Nest Inn and Restaurant, has been told he needs permission for his newest project after running afoul of the East Hampton Town Building Department.
“The Affair,” a Showtime series for which a pilot was filmed here last fall, has been picked up for a season’s production — good news for its producers, but not so welcome for residents of Amagansett’s Beach Hampton neighborhood.
An elderly driver lost control of his sport utility vehicle causing a four-car accident in downtown Sag Harbor on Tuesday afternoon.
Spring temperatures are finally here, but that does not mean the water is warm enough for any prolonged exposure.
     The Living Room Restaurant at c/o the Maidstone was the setting for a dramatic whole roasted lamb dinner with wines chosen by Wolffer Estate. The lamb was cooked in a traditional French preparation by Mathias Brogie. Roman Roth,...
A rotted utility pole cracked and fell across Montauk Highway in East Hampton, near Town Hall, on Monday evening. The pole brought down wires across the highway, closing both lanes to traffic. East Hampton Town police were rerouting traffic down Amy...
Six properties will offer a peak behind their gates and hedges on the St. Luke's garden tour.
Melville Straus, a longtime champion of Guild Hall as its chairman and a distinguished and successful businessman, died after a long illness with brain cancer on Thursday in New York City.
Bail was set at $25,000 Saturday for a 21-year-old man whom police said was drunk when he struck and killed a bicyclist on County Road 39 in Southampton on Friday evening.
The opt-out movement has grown, with parents across Long Island and New York City banding together to boycott the national Common Core exams.