Former Representative Tim Bishop wasted no time at the East Hampton Library on Saturday in answering the question he had posed in the title of his talk — “The U.S. Congress: Is the Branch Still Broken?”
Barry Rosenstein, the founder of Jana Partners, a multibillion-dollar hedge fund, who reportedly paid $147 million for properties on Further Lane in East Hampton Village, was granted variances from the village zoning code.
Among the many visitors to the South Fork this summer is a dangerous multicellular organism making an appearance along the shore.
What began as an offhand late-night comment has given rise to an event that has raised millions for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Laura Tuttle Traphagen and Catherine Ann Yelverton of Manhattan and East Hampton were married at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton on July 2.
Jacqueline Bitonti, the new children’s librarian at the Montauk Library, is bursting with energy and full of ideas for the hamlet’s children and teenagers, a group she would like to get more involved with the library.
A few key donors swept in in the final days to help the Montauk Chamber of Commerce meet fund-raising goals for its July 4 Stars Over Montauk fireworks display.
A preview of artwork that will be up for auction at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center’s summer fund-raiser on Aug. 1 is now available for viewing.
After receiving much support from village residents, the Sag Harbor Village Board unanimously passed a temporary moratorium on construction of most new single-family houses and major improvements on existing ones.
On Saturday during Soldier Ride the Hamptons, the grandson of Tom Collins, a Springs resident who played a crucial role as a cryptologist in World War II and died in 2011, will ride on Team Sam Scram, a group organized in Mr. Collins’s honor.
After protestors gathered in front of Daniel Loeb's oceanfront house on Saturday night, East Hampton Village police gave them a ticket for not having a permit.
As all of the pre-summer frenzy was under way here this spring, slowly taking shape — stone by stone, row by concentric row — on a field of grass overlooking Fort Pond Bay in Montauk was a labyrinth, an ancient shape for a walking practice of contemplation and meditation.
The Hopper is back, riding Sag-to-Montauk loop, again and again.