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There are 59 diagnosed cases of ADNP in the U.S. and 146 worldwide. This extremely rare neurodevelopmental disorder is caused by a mutation in the activity-dependent neuroprotective protein gene that regulates brain formation, development, and...
East Hampton has a reputation for being progressive and inclusive, but that does not mean it is immune to human-rights and civil-rights problems. And so it was that almost 25 years ago that its anti-bias task force held its first meeting.
Legislation that seems to take direct aim at the village’s historic inns, which are popular for weddings and other large gatherings, received a thorough going over at an East Hampton Village Board public hearing on Friday. At its close, Mayor Paul F...
The East Hampton Village Board is poised to place limits of some kind on gas-powered leaf blowers, in response to years of complaints from residents.

The six declared candidates for the Democratic nomination to challenge Representative Lee Zeldin in November are to appear in a forum on Friday, March 2, at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church on Montauk Highway in Amagansett. The forum is being organized...
A Springs man is facing possible deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after being arrested by East Hampton Town police for the second time in less than a year on charges stemming from alleged drunken driving.
The East Hampton Village Board, at its meeting on Friday, commended 12 police officers and first responders who helped save the life of an elderly man who had a heart attack on Jan. 1.
Victims of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting will be honored on Saturday, as a group of East Hampton residents initiates lobbying efforts for gun control and school safety.
The new Montauk General Store at 699 Main Street will be open seven days, from 8:30 to 4 p.m., until April. It is owned and operated by Jessie Lavin and Kim Gatti.
State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. has introduced legislation to help make housing more affordable for low and moderate-income residents of East Hampton, Southampton, Shelter Island, Riverhead, and Southold by establishing a fund to provide loans...
Two months after Deepwater Wind offered the East Hampton Town Board a community-benefits package in exchange for the easements it will need to land a cable from its proposed South Fork Wind Farm and bury it along a route to a Long Island Power...
At a time when the global population was about 1.9 billion people, the flu of 1918 infected some 500 million people worldwide, and, depending on who you ask, killed between 20 and 50 million people.
An application from Ron Perelman, the billionaire investor, to legalize the construction and alteration of multiple structures at the Creeks, his 58-acre estate on Georgica Pond, without building permits and in violation of the village code inched...