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Unusually high numbers of emaciated great shearwaters, which spend most of their time far out at sea, have been spotted on Long Island beaches in the past week.
Three students who graduated from high school in East Hampton, Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton this month are a study in getting ahead despite the odds.
This is not Ed Deyermond’s first time leaving the Sag Harbor Village Board — even he has lost track of how many — but he swears it is his last.
The geranium planters that line Bridgehampton’s Main Street come spring and the Christmas trees that light up over the holidays are the handiwork of the Bridgehampton Village Improvement Association. Members were also behind landscaping at the...
Students who graduated from the Eleanor Whoitmore Early Childhood Center in East Hampton on Friday were the 20th class to graduate from the center.
The patriarch of a farming family that runs one of the largest remaining agricultural operations on the South Fork, Cliff Foster was also an advocate for farming and farm interests on Long Island for decades.
The aerial application of mosquito larvicide over marshlands in East Hampton Town could be reduced if a proposed new protocol demonstrates less need for it.
A potentially overtaxed sewage system at the Montauk Shores Condominium has led to an effective moratorium on construction and upgrades to units in the oceanfront mobile home park.
Local blood supply is considered to be at a critically low level when there is less than a two-day supply for the universal donor blood type, O negative, and also for B negative and A negative blood types.
The East Hampton Town Senior Center celebrated its oldest participants with a group birthday party on Friday for the 34 people who are over 90.
Reservations may be required for many things "Hamptons," but even without reservations, you can get a great seat for one of the many local fireworks displays happening over the next week.
Suffolk County's Division of Vector Control will conduct aerial spraying for mosquito larvae sometime between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Town of East Hampton learned on Monday that the United States Supreme Court will not review a lower court decision that struck down three 2015 laws restricting access to the East Hampton Airport in order to reduce aircraft noise.