A grand jury indicted Andrew D. Hellman of East Hampton on charges related to a drunken driving accident in Montauk that left an East Hampton Town police officer injured on Labor Day weekend.
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An East Hampton attorney who pleaded guilty in April to stealing more than $750,000 from a co-worker and two clients of Bainton Lynch, a now defunct East Hampton law firm of which he was a partner, was sentenced on Tuesday to the eight charges he...
The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons will mark National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday by distributing voter registration forms and absentee ballot applications in English and Spanish in South Fork communities. T
Not only did the Sept. 13 Democratic Party primary formalize East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys as the party's nominee in the Nov. 6 general election, registered Democrats also had a choice of candidates for the town's Democratic Committee,...
The Jam Session, a nonprofit organization that has hosted a weekly jazz jam at Bay Burger in Sag Harbor since 2009, has announced a new home as of next month.
Concerned Citizens of Montauk on Friday confirmed a new bloom of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, in the northern part of Montauk's Fort Pond, and has urged people to avoid contact with the water and to keep their pets away from the water "due to...
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons has already made plans to come to the aid of a partner in animal rescue in South Carolina where Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday.
A teenager who was charged in February with raping a young woman in the parking lot at the Springs School in the presence of a child pleaded guilty to the charges on Friday.
Summer may be unofficially over, but the harmful algal blooms associated with the hottest months are proliferating across the South Fork and elsewhere on Long Island.
The church and synagogue leaders who make up the East Hampton Clericus share a belief that they can more effectively serve their communities together than they would apart.
It wasn’t long after the earthmoving equipment began digging a trench into Windsor Lane in Wainscott, commencing a months-long effort to install approximately 45,000 feet of water main in the hamlet, that reports of sticker shock began circulating.
The long-awaited effort to alleviate traffic by adding Long Island Rail Road service between Speonk and Montauk in the morning and afternoon has taken a step closer to reality.