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The Montauk Chamber of Commerce is continuing its search for sponsors for the Fall Festival carousel, which costs $7,000 for two days.
A tropical storm watch is in effect for all of Long Island with heavy rain and wind expected, especially on the East End, as Hurricane Jose passes southeast of the island late Tuesday night into Wednesday.
September is Falls Prevention Month, and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services is offering various prevention workshops across the county for senior citizens throughout the coming months. On the South Fork, Stony Brook Southampton...
Representatives from the Long Island Rail Road will deliver a presentation to the East Hampton Village Board at its meeting on Friday. The L.I.R.R. officials will discuss replacement of the trestles crossing North Main Street and Accabonac Road.
Some 100 unique and classic cars will be in Bridgehampton this weekend, first at an invitation only reception at The Bridge, and then open to the public at the Bridgehampton Museum on Sunday.
Surf event for special needs families in Montauk is equally transformative for volunteers.
Like its previous gathering, Friday’s meeting of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals was brief, with a relatively small number of hearings on the agenda.
The summertime shuttle bus in Montauk, organized by East Hampton Town and provided by the Hampton Hopper bus service, carried about 1,600 passengers in its first week early in the season.
“It looks like a post-apocalyptic wasteland,” Kim Nalepinski said of her community of Coral Bay on St. John.
In its first meeting after Labor Day, the East Hampton Village Board addressed public safety and issues that affect the quality of life in a 30-minute work session on Thursday. An expansion of the paid paramedic program,  the use and...
A vote on a modest budget increase for the East Hampton Library will be held there on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registered residents of the East Hampton, Wainscott, and Springs School Districts can cast ballots on the proposed $104,000 tax hike...
The seventh annual ride with the Red Knights’ Chapter 25 to raise money for the Donald T. Sharkey Memorial Community Fund will take place on Sunday.
Residents who spoke at Tuesday’s Sag Harbor Village Board meeting were concerned over possible deletions in the village code having to do with the board of historic preservation and architectural review and the posting of notices.