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Feverish discourse on the 2016 election is seemingly everywhere right now — from newspapers and television to social media and even in the hallways and classrooms in our schools. The students are being inundated with information and opinions.
An alleged drunken driver crashed into five cars parked along a quarter-mile stretch of Main Street in Bridgehampton Wednesday evening, Southampton Town police said.
Citing recently reported results of tests on water from Suffolk County Water Authority wells throughout East Hampton Town, which showed the presence of chromium-6, a resident of Wainscott, where a well had the highest reading, is urging town...
Coastal retreat, however politically unpopular it may be, is the only logical response to sea level rise, an environmental advocate told an audience at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton on Saturday.
The Sagg Bridge will get the rehabilitation it so desperately needs starting later this month. Sagaponack Village officials announced Monday that the Bridge Lane structure will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Nov. 14 at 7 a.m. for the extensive repairs.
When fishermen can’t do it, they love to watch.
It’s easy to write about essential kitchen tools, but it’s more fun to talk about the nonessential, the unnecessary, the frivolous, and ridiculous.
The East Hampton School District has announced a public tour, planned for tomorrow, of the site abutting Cedar Street where it seeks to build a school bus maintenance and refueling facility.
More than 200 students from East Hampton High School, the Springs School, and Southampton High School joined hundreds of others from around the East End taking part in a recent water quality initiative dubbed A Day in the Life of the Peconic Estuary.
A.I.A. Peconic, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, held its 2016 Daniel J. Rowen Design Awards program at the Southampton Historical Museum on Saturday. A reception celebrating architecture was held in the historic Sayre Barn.
Music filled the air, fog and bubble machines set the scene, and the sounds of ghostly howls echoed up and down the streets as costumed trick-or-treaters descended on East Hampton Village for Monday's Halloween festivities.
Don't want your kids eating all that Halloween candy? There's a local buyback program under way that can also raise money for your child's school.
Some pretty creative scarecrows have been popping up around Montauk as part of Montauk Youth's Scarecrow Days contest.