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   My first job in food service was as a dishwasher at a deli-cafe-catering company. It was the summer of my junior year in high school.
Those looking for a little something to hang over the couch or a hidden gem soon to be an East End masterpiece flocked to Guild Hall on Saturday
South Fork roads saw numerous accidents this past week. The worst, a fatal crash on County Road 39A in Southampton last Thursday
Over the course of two hours Monday night, some 20 people stepped up to a lectern ticking off a litany of complaints they hope the Democratic candidates will address if elected
In East Hampton Town, campaign contributions and campaign spending so far this year may be most notable not for what there is to report on, but for what there is not
Amagansett residents told tales to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday about groups sharing summer rentals in their once-peaceful beachside neighborhood
Is bigger better? Not if you’re a local official trying to restrict house sizes on the East End
Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst is not so sure that Sagaponack Village Mayor Donald Louchheim’s plan to establish a village police force will save the money he hopes it will
I remember a man, slicked-back hair, wire-rimmed glasses. He wore ironed blue button-down shirts with white collars and cuffs and a pink tie, pressed slacks, shining black shoes. He often carried a briefcase and he always kept his hand on his mother’s elbow, gently guiding her into her seat at their usual table in my section for their usual...