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According to Niche, an online education review and ranking system, the East Hampton School District ranked 30 out of 55 schools in Suffolk County for safety, while Southampton was ranked as the number-one safest school on the list. Sag Harbor and...
A man who was wanted for drunken driving and manslaughter after a fiery crash that killed his passenger in Springs 19 years ago was picked up in Texas on Wednesday.
There's a Memorial Day target for completion of a roundabout at the intersection of Toilsome and Buell Lanes and Route 114 in East Hampton, and preliminary work is underway to raise the railroad trestles over North Main Street and Accabonac Road.
Sag Harbor's Sen restaurant and the building that houses it have had a top-to-bottom renovation. It is expected to reopen in June at the earliest.
On Tuesday, Springs taxpayers will decide whether to approve the $16.9 million bonds necessary for the Springs School District’s expansion plan to go forward.
American Legion Post 419 of Amagansett will host a casino and karaoke fund-raiser at Legion Hall on Friday, March 9, for a young woman who is facing rare blood disorders and a long regimen of treatment and recovery.
PSEG Long Island has joined forces with BMW of North America to offer Long Island customers $10,000 off the best dealer-negotiated price on purchases of new 2017-18 BMW i3 series electric vehicles.
Police arrested two brothers in East Hampton on Tuesday and charged them with possession of cocaine, oxycodone, and marijuana, as well as drug dealing materials and firearms violations.
A crowd estimated at more than 100 people gathered at Hook Mill in East Hampton Village at dusk on Saturday to honor the victims of the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
There are 59 diagnosed cases of ADNP in the U.S. and 146 worldwide. This extremely rare neurodevelopmental disorder is caused by a mutation in the activity-dependent neuroprotective protein gene that regulates brain formation, development, and...
East Hampton has a reputation for being progressive and inclusive, but that does not mean it is immune to human-rights and civil-rights problems. And so it was that almost 25 years ago that its anti-bias task force held its first meeting.
Legislation that seems to take direct aim at the village’s historic inns, which are popular for weddings and other large gatherings, received a thorough going over at an East Hampton Village Board public hearing on Friday. At its close, Mayor Paul F...
The East Hampton Village Board is poised to place limits of some kind on gas-powered leaf blowers, in response to years of complaints from residents.