Training, evaluations, and testing for East Hampton Town's Nipper Guard program, an open-water swim program for children 6 through 8, will begin on Sunday at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter.
Three East Hampton Village sites tested during the last week of April for waterborne bacteria showed medium to high levels of enterococcus, which originates in the fecal tracts of humans and animals.
A path for pedestrians and cyclists along Edgemere Street in Montauk, connecting the Long Island Rail Road station with the downtown area, is a possibility as the Town of East Hampton seeks to take advantage of a program under which it would be...
Project Most, an after-school homework help and activity program, will benefit from a Cinco de Mayo party at the Neighborhood House on Three Mile Harbor Road on Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.
The crammed pews of Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor one evening last week served as a reminder of the community's deep concern over current immigration policies.
An effort is underway to reduce the number of plastic straws used on the East End, and restaurants are getting involved in the cause.
The East Hampton Golf Club, on Accabonac Road and Abraham's Path, donated an electric golf cart to the Springs School on Friday for use in the event of school emergencies.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has announced that its rector, the Very Rev. Denis C. Brunelle, will be honored by East End Hospice at its Box Art Auction later this year.
On Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Children's Museum of the East End will hold its fourth annual feria -- a fun-packed festival to celebrate the East End's Latino culture. Families with children of all ages can enjoy a day of traditional cuisine...
For Dr. James Meyer, a large-animal veterinarian in East Hampton, work is about to get a lot busier. Just as many residents escape the South Fork to Florida or other warmer climes in the winter, so do many of the horses that summer in the Hamptons....
The East Hampton Village Board on Friday adopted a law setting strict guidelines for large gatherings at private residences and commercial properties. It will not go into effect until Oct. 1, and in the meantime, potential legal action is being...
After losing a protracted legal battle, the children of the late John C. White Jr., a member of a Sagaponack farming family that dates back to the late 17th century, were forced to sell their father's farmhouse on Friday.
A $24 million project to replace a stone seawall protecting the Montauk Point Lighthouse will go forward, according to the office of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.