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The crowds that came to Montauk Point to witness the wild surf created by Tropical Storm Hermine were greeted by something large and white beached under the Lighthouse at Turtle Cove. Not a whale but a 27-foot Stamas fishing boat with twin 225-horsepower Yamaha outboard engines. Its name was Living the Dream.
Commercial building projects in Wainscott could be halted for a year if the East Hampton Town Board moves forward on a plan for a development moratorium.
The East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society's Bargain Box thrift shop opened on Tuesday ready for the change in weather. After clearing out summer merchandise with a dollar sale last week, the L.V.I.S.
The East Hampton Village Board expressed its collective support for a strategy of lower risk and moderate income when the village's investment adviser delivered an annual update at the board's work session last Thursday.
The Hamptons International Film Festival is less than a month away, and, once again, The East Hampton Star is offering a chance to win a pair of coveted Founders Passes.
HarborFest celebrated Sag Harbor's maritime history over the weekend.
Fifteen years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, people gathered on Sunday to remember the nearly 3,000 lives lost that day.
There will be seafood of all sorts on Saturday and Sunday when the Montauk Seafood Festival returns to the Montauk Marine Basin and Uihlein’s Marina for the fourth year.
Two out of the three lanes on both the eastbound and westbound sides of the Long Island Expressway will be closed on weekday nights between Exits 66 and 68 for bridge repairs.
The East Hampton School District is officially moving ahead with plans to build a bus maintenance barn and refueling facility on the high school campus, with the school board saying Tuesday it has selected the Cedar Street side of the property as the site.
A hearing before the East Hampton Town Board last Thursday on allowing affordable apartments in outbuildings as well as primary residences drew questions and comments on a number of issues.
Amagansett’s business district will have a bigger municipal parking lot and perhaps a park, with the purchase of 2.5 largely open acres adjacent to the lot, which was approved last week by the East Hampton Town Board.
A 2006 Mini Cooper rear-ended a 2015 Toyota on West Lake Drive in Montauk Friday night just before 10 p.m., resulting in trips to Southampton Hospital for five people.