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A grand jury adds to charges against banker
When her former colleagues in the East Hampton School District report back for duty Tuesday, for the first time in over two decades, Priscilla Campbell will not be among them
After a prolonged controversy, Bran Ferren, an East Hampton High School graduate who is the co-chairman and co-founder of Applied Minds, a California corporation, has won the rights to a patent that Apple Inc. had claimed to own
A kick-off meeting to outline the development of an East Hampton Town comprehensive wastewater management plan was held Monday at Town Hall
These days the quintessential Hamptons house requires certain amenities. Gym? Check. Wine cellar? Of course. En-suite bathrooms? Naturally.
It may have been the penultimate weekend of the summer, but the parties continued at East Hampton Point, B. Smith's, and c/o the Maidstone, among other establishments.
   The last day of summer camp was Awards Day. The people in charge had decided that all the campers, even the especially bratty ones who repeated everything you said for hours at a time, were deserving of special recognition. With nearly...
The architect of this house in Springs, Michael Haverland, is delighted to have recreated some of the “drama” of American master Frank Lloyd Wright, but he also has deftly integrated touches from other boldface names in modern architecture.
A grand jury, which met in Riverhead from Wednesday through Friday, is expected to indict Jason Lee, a banker at the Manhattan investment banking firm Goldman Sachs, on a charge of first-degree rape as a result of a hearing at which the alleged victim appeared.