Rebuilding downtown Montauk’s shorefront is targeted to take place next year
The East Hampton School Board unanimously voted to appoint Elizabeth A. Doyle as the new principal of the John M. Marshall Elementary School
Even in the Hamptons, a price tag of $75 million for a 5-plus-acre property raises eyebrows.
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ efforts to maintain jurisdiction over public property is creating friction with beachfront property owners hoping to rebuild dunes damaged fall and winter.
    The town’s ongoing dispute with Cyril’s, the popular roadside restaurant and bar on Napeague, returned to court on Monday in a continued effort to hammer out a resolution to the many outstanding violations at the...
The second annual re-enactment of the 1942 landing by four Nazi saboteurs will take place Thursday, at about the same spot on Atlantic Avenue Beach where it happened.
You go to a restaurant and sit for a while then you order and after you’re finished you can stay for as long as you want. No one rushes you.
Aboard the 4:07 from Penn Station, a crowd of mostly 20-somethings, with some older folk thrown in, filled the aisles and stairs of the double-decker cars on Friday, sitting on bags, suitcases, and, occasionally, each other.
Allegations made by two men who worked with the Beach House in its inaugural season last year cast the private club as a mere accessory to an even larger second business, that of a music venue.
After several choppy years marked by the aftermath of financial mismanagement under a former administration, East Hampton Town’s financial outlook is clear
You’re in the Hamptons for the summer! Awesome, right? Except you need to get a job and your options are retail or restaurants. You choose food service because you have a masochistic streak as well as a stunning lack of common...
A three-car crash on the Napeague stretch of Montauk Highway around 3 a.m. Sunday morning resulted in two of the drivers being sent to the hospital while under arrest on the charge of driving while intoxicated, according to East Hampton Town police.
Two East Hampton Town Board meetings this week went from contentious to hostile, with heated exchanges