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ArtHamptons and artMRKT opened on Thursday night to crowds happy to take in the art in the various gallery booths and other related performances and activities.
The multiple expressions of frustration underscored the uneasy balance between year-round residents’ quality of life and the town’s dependence on tourist dollars.
East Hampton Town’s beaches were the subject of several discussions at the first July work session of the East Hampton Town Board.
The citizens group had mixed reactions to the Shark Attack Sounds Party held Friday night at the Montauk Yacht Club and said to attract close to 4,000 revelers
Quietly, with an absence of fanfare or formal announcement, Gurney’s Inn has changed hands.
The South Fork is the ideal place to build your dream house, right? Well, yes, but there are restrictions up the kazoo about how to go about it
A fire Sunday in a Springs house filled with fine art, antiques, and one dog took several hours and four fire companies to quell.
A common refrain in my restaurant is, “Tipping isn’t required. They don’t have to leave you anything.” The implication being that I should shut up and be grateful for what I do get.
Three people were hospitalized, one a 6-year-old child who remained in serious condition, after an allegedly drunk driver struck a BMW on Route 114 in East Hampton on Saturday.