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James Rosenquist, a progenitor of Pop Art who expanded its scale and developed a painterly language marked by the juxtaposition of fragmented and disjunctive images, died at home in New York City on Friday after a long illness.
Anthony Ingrao, the principal of an architecture and design firm in New York City who with his partner, Randy Kemper, owns extraordinary properties in East Hampton Village and elsewhere, also owns a slightly over one-acre parcel along Old Montauk Highway in Montauk, east of Deep Hollow Ranch.
Montauk’s venerable Keeshan Real Estate will join Compass, an emerging powerhouse in the home-sales market, the companies announced this week.
One hundred and two Springs students, from sixth to eighth grade, participated in the first round of this year's MathCON, a national online math competition, last month.
Yancy Butler, 46, an actress who lives in Winnetka, Calif., was arrested in Sag Harbor early Monday afternoon.
Reg Cornelia, the chairman of the East Hampton Republican Committee, has announced the imminent opening of the committee's new headquarters at the Red Horse Market complex in East Hampton.
East Hampton Town's deputy supervisor announced on Monday that he would seek the office of supervisor in the Nov. 7 election.
East End residents who want to help support immigrants can take a class next week in Bridgehampton that will enable them to accompany people to court.
Easter is not until April 16, but the mischievous rabbit will lay his eggs for several community hunts a week ahead of time.
A free workshop on preparing first responders for an emergency involving someone with autism will take place at the Hampton Bays Middle School on April 8 from 9 a.m. to noon. The training session is for emergency medical technicians, firefighters, law enforcement officers, and hospital and school personnel.
The East Hampton Middle School's Surfrider Club, an after-school program, has received an Outstanding Club Award from the Surfrider Foundation, a national organization dedicated to protecting the world's oceans and beaches through a network...
When officials of Deepwater Wind presented its plans to the community on March 9, several commercial fishermen in attendance voiced opposition, fearing a negative impact on their livelihood. That concern resurfaced on Monday night, when the East Hampton Town Trustees heard from several residents.
The public could soon be invited to the Foster family’s new vodka distillery to sample and buy vodka, as the Sagaponack Farm Distillery’s application for a tasting room is poised for approval by the Southampton Town Planning Board.