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During the off-season, it’s a quandary faced by many local shopkeepers — namely, the economic gamble of whether to stay open.
The results are in for the top 10 house sales on the South Fork in 2013, at least according to Town and Country Real Estate. Drum roll please . . .
A group of students at the East Hampton Middle School were involved after school ended on Jan. 13 in fighting at Herrick Park, which is expected to lead to “appropriate disciplinary measures.”
      Otis G. Pike, who as a Democrat represented what was then the solidly Republican 1st Congressional District for nine terms in the 1960s and ’70s, died on Monday in Vero Beach, Fla. He was 92 and had been in...
The East Hampton Village police investigation of a male officer and a female village traffic control officer who allegedly used a house without the owners permission for a romantic tryst led to the suspension of the officer and dismissal of the T.C.O.
Opponents of plans to thin the deer herd this winter are pressing forward with their efforts to avert any such action. In East Hampton, both town and village officials have indicated they will allow federal “sharpshooters” to cull the herd
With proposals from the Army Corps of Engineers for a major beach restoration project in downtown Montauk expected shortly, the East Hampton Town Board agreed on Tuesday that three coastal experts who have offered their services gratis to East Hampton Town will be called on for their professional knowledge and guidance
The long effort to modernize and expand the Maidstone Club’s irrigation system came a step closer to resolution on Friday when the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals held a hearing to evaluate a draft environmental impact statement submitted by the club
Since the 1960s, when Charles Gwathmey dotted the landscape with square houses, South Forkers have had a love affair with architects. About a decade ago, Modernism reared its head once again, and local firms that had been designing contemporary domiciles began to flourish.