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For administrators at the Amagansett School, like those at other schools across the state, the new school year means exciting beginnings but also the return to a challenging set of new state and federal standards, known as the Common Core.
  Whether competing or joining their parents at lunch under the tents, the kids of the Hampton Classic were dressed for the event.
Last week's Hampton Classic Horse Show  in Bridgehampton was a people-watching extravaganza, with those with an interest in horses or in socializing congregating around and under the V.I.P. tent. Durell Godfrey spent a week at the Classic,...
Though she is a new face in the district, some in the administration are hopeful that her leadership will bring both rigor and stability to a school that has recently struggled with both.
A Labor Day fire at an oceanfront property once owned by Lee Radziwill, on East Dune Lane in East Hampton Village, was stopped in its tracks thanks in large part to the quick thinking of a 17-year-old guest
Accusations flew and voices were raised during a disagreement between Sag Harbor Mayor Brian Gilbride and village board members last Thursday over policing the village.
Two members of the East Hampton Town Board opposed to the development of a comprehensive wastewater management plan for the town continued to voice objections this week, criticizing a consultant’s presentation at last week’s project kickoff meeting
A tussle between the East Hampton Town Trustees and the town’s Natural Resources and Planning Departments over fencing installed on town beaches was a topic of heated discussion
When Jeffrey Collé was a kid, he worked as an apprentice carpenter with his grandfather, a Belgian immigrant, and father maintaining Gold Coast estates.