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The coming summer rental season in Montauk is already as wild as a summer night at the Surf Lodge.
All across the South Fork, snow days have resulted in school officials scrambling to make up for lost time, with many districts shortening upcoming vacations as a solution.
A plan by New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation to eradicate the population of mute swans statewide by 2025 is being questioned by some state lawmakers who have challenged the agency
East Hampton Town's supervisor has sent a letter to the governor urging his "immediate intervention" to halt PSEG's installation of new, taller poles and electrical transmission lines.
East Hampton Fire Department volunteers responded to a reported basement fire at 5 Chatfield's Lane.
After Robbie Badkin nearly died from a severe blood infection last month, donors raised more than $10,000 to keep him afloat.
East Hampton Village, which already restricts when gas-powered leaf blowers and hedge trimmers can be used, is contemplating further restrictions.
An effort is afoot to convince the White House what many on the South Fork already believe — that Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter deserves the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor awarded by the president of the United States
East Hampton Town officials are meeting this week to review the status of an Amagansett property where a new 7-Eleven store is planned