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There was Rose, black apron tied around her waist, blond hair pulled into a bun, pencil pushed behind her ear. I called out to her, “Rose! Hey!” and hugged her with inebriated familiarity.
An assistant district attorney said Donald J. Torr, 69, was taking renters' money and "invading their privacy at the same time."
Ditch Plain beach in Montauk, now a rocky expanse is closed to swimming because of erosion-related hazards on the shore and in the surf.
Even in the Hamptons, a price tag of $75 million for a 5-plus-acre property raises eyebrows.
Rebuilding downtown Montauk’s shorefront is targeted to take place next year
The East Hampton School Board unanimously voted to appoint Elizabeth A. Doyle as the new principal of the John M. Marshall Elementary School
    The town’s ongoing dispute with Cyril’s, the popular roadside restaurant and bar on Napeague, returned to court on Monday in a continued effort to hammer out a resolution to the many outstanding violations at the...
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ efforts to maintain jurisdiction over public property is creating friction with beachfront property owners hoping to rebuild dunes damaged fall and winter.
The second annual re-enactment of the 1942 landing by four Nazi saboteurs will take place Thursday, at about the same spot on Atlantic Avenue Beach where it happened.