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Jill Malusky has been named the new executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society.
The Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The state has launched a $1.5 million program enabling residents to test for lead in their drinking water free of charge.
The bomb was a 2006 Mercedes-Benz driven by Alec Wasser, 21, who police said was driving drunk when he lost control of the car and slammed into the side of a house in Water Mill in the early morning hours on Sunday.
President Donald Trump’s calls for increased enforcement of federal immigration laws and memos issued last week by the Department of Homeland Security outlining a broader focus on finding and detaining anyone who is in the country illegally have...
Representative Lee Zeldin answered questions from several constituents in a “telephone town hall” last Thursday, following the cancellation of an April in-person event at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton.
A plan to improve traffic and pedestrian safety along Bridgehampton’s Main Street is moving ahead, albeit slowly.
Bridgehampton residents want South­­­ampton Town officials to tighten the reins on the owners of a horse farm who are looking for retroactive planning board approval of work done without permission.
Debate, again, over Starbucks C.E.O.’s oceanfront property.
A search has begun for a part-time superintendent for the Wainscott School District after the resignation, effective yesterday, of Stuart Rachlin, who has been in the position for six years.
The Long Island Green Homes Initiative will give a presentation Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Y.M.C.A.
A proposed expansion of the community oyster garden that was launched in Three Mile Harbor last year took a step forward on Monday when the East Hampton Town Trustees voted unanimously to put in motion a process that would double the size of that...
The Town of East Hampton is auctioning off items deemed as surplus through an online auction that is open until March 13.