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Though clichés might suggest that neighbors are usually more at war than at peace, in a reversal of the Hatfield and McCoy paradigm, two neighbors in Montauk have joined forces to combine their properties and sell them as one
The mother of Mr. Wasserstein’s sixth child, Sky Wasserstein, has sued the older children for access to the estate, known as Cranberry Dune
Part-time is the new normal for most of the 100 or so employees at the Waldbaum’s supermarket on Newtown Lane in East Hampton
The Rev. Alison Cornish is stepping down as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork in Bridgehampton on Sunday.
A Montauk lobsterman was rescued this afternoon by the Coast Guard after surviving at least 12 hours in the ocean south of Montauk.
   We get off to a poor start. The couple stands impatiently at the door. “I just need to check to see if there’s anyone on the wait list,” I say. The woman glares at me. I drop a pen. The hostess arrives to save me....
Thomas Ravenel, a former South Carolina state treasurer who has reportedly been contemplating a return to political life, was arrested early this morning by East Hampton Village police and charged with drunken driving.
A bar patron who flooded the Sloppy Tuna in Montauk early Friday after he allegedly intentionally broke an overhead fire-sprinkler pipe, is facing a felony criminal mischief charge after causing extensive damage that forced the Montauk hotspot to...
Some longtime residents say that noise, too, has saturated the Town of East Hampton to the point that local government must move to restore the tranquility they say has been lost