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On the South Fork, a 2013-14 statewide immunization survey revealed far lower percentages of immunizations at private schools as opposed to public ones, with as many as 36 percent not fully immunized at one school, and rates worthy of concern at some public schools as well.
Fighting Chance, a free cancer counseling and resource center in Sag Harbor, has incorporated both into its arsenal of tools with which patients can live and cope with their illness.
A proposed year-round, nighttime flight curfew and a weekend ban on helicopters at East Hampton Airport from May 1 through September is causing concern about a ripple effect on East Hampton’s easternmost hamlet, where, it is feared, the privately owned Montauk Airport could become an alternative helicopter destination.
Two workers were injured when the house in Water Mill they were razing exploded Wednesday afternoon.
An armed robber remains at large Wednesday after he reportedly held a gun to the head of a Hillside Drive West resident and fired shots at a television and window Tuesday night.
Amos Goodman, a financial consultant who lives in Springs, has strong local and county support in his bid to become the Republican candidate for Suffolk County legislator in the Second District.
Firefighters found flames near the roof on one side of the building near a kitchen at Perry B. Duryea & Son Inc., which dates back to the 1930s.
In frigid temperatures, firefighters from four departments battled flames after a reported chimney collapse inside a Bridgehampton house.
Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. said that the board would not vote on the proposal until it could study the comments it received and consider less-restrictive changes to the law.
One person was flown to Stony Brook University Hospital after a car was struck on the driver's side by a pickup truck at difficult intersection in East Hampton Village.
Oversized basements that extend beyond the footprint of the house they are beneath are raising questions for East Hampton Village officials about how to regulate the trend toward well-appointed lower levels.
Seated in their living room one recent evening, Carlos Munoz, Israel Munoz, Ephraim Munoz, and Marci Vail talked about their hopes for the future. This is the fourth article in a series that examines the changing face of East Hampton by following a diverse group of kindergartners from a single class at John Marshall through the school year and...
A United States Army Corps of Engineers erosion-control project planned for the Montauk oceanfront will be larger than previously thought and could require as many as 3,000 truckloads of sand.