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Scores on state elementary school tests landed with a thud on the South Fork last week, as they did throughout the region, with teachers and administrations left to grapple with failure rates that had, in some instances, more than doubled
A glance at the summer’s real estate transfers as recorded in the deeds of Sag Harbor Village might suggest that the number of sales in the quaint enclave has been going down
Guild Hall held its summer gala in honor of Chuck Close last weekend, filling Friday and Saturday with related events.
The East Hampton Library's Authors Night event last weekend was well attended by both authors and patrons.
   “What was your first job in a restaurant?” I asked.    “I was a hostess,” she answered. “I was 17. I didn’t even apply for the job.”     Our waiter placed the...
As Cantwell retires after 32 years, his replacement, Molinaro, is sworn in
Beach parking permits and mass assembly permits will be the subjects of public hearings before the East Hampton Village Board on Friday, Aug. 16
A third attempt by East Hampton Town Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc to get a board majority to take the town’s Fort Pond House property in Montauk off the market was suspended Tuesday when Councilman Dominick Stanzione requested more time
We may be suffering from Montauk fatigue, what with the hamlet featuring prominently in the news from club goings-on to parking mayhem, but it behooves us to note that real estate there is undergoing as much a resurgence as the hamlet’s motels and eating establishments