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It was about four years ago that Judy Smith noticed a seagull walking around on her deck and gave it something to eat. The seagull stuck around and visited Ms. Smith and her husband every weekend, loudly knocking its beak on their back window to say hello.
The barn at the historic Duck Creek Farm on the corner of Three Mile Harbor and Squaw Roads in Springs has been restored after an 18-month process and will open to the public on Saturday with an exhibit of artwork by Sydney Albertini.
A free ukulele class for beginners is being offered at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church.
The Sag Harbor Partnership’s Party for the Cinema, to help raise money for the group’s effort to buy the Sag Harbor Cinema property and establish a cinema arts center there, will be held under a tent on Long Wharf on Sunday.
Members of the Cedar Street Committee, who have strongly opposed the East Hampton School Board’s plan to locate a school bus depot on their street, were encouraged Tuesday night by an unexpected bulletin.
The East Hampton 9-10 Little League traveling all-stars, who had won the District 36 championship the night before, lost a first-round Section IV game Tuesday to Smithtown-St. James, the District 35 champion, by a score of 12-5.
Representative Lee Zeldin has supported President Trump, but according to statements made on Tuesday, that support may be slipping.
Thomas Mahl, a longtime Montauk homeowner, was fined $15,000 after pleading guilty to 24 misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2016 search at his Beech Hollow Court house.
The East Hampton Village branch of People's United Bank, which had been slated to close in September, will remain open, the bank announced this week.
Arthur Graham was elected to the East Hampton Village Board last month and took a seat among his colleagues this week.
After a friend’s death in Haiti earthquake, a commitment to helping endures.
Although the Montauk Chamber of Commerce has put on its Stars Over Montauk, Grucci Fireworks show for almost two decades, in recent years it has fallen short in its fund-raising goals.
Eighty-three years after opening as the Jungle Inn, a Fort Pond Boulevard watering hole in Springs is once again a restaurant, a place to hear live music, and a community hub.