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If writers have a voice, painters a vision, and fashion designers a recognizable style, it stands to reason that builders also have their own signature look.
Large quantities of nitrogen are leaching from onsite disposal systems into waterways on the South Fork.
Fireworks on the South Fork do not just begin and end with the Fourth of July. Instead, appreciative crowds are treated to a series of spectacles that last until Labor Day weekend.
Thiele bill requiring public hearings and hard look at non-lethal means for addressing swam population passes New York State House and Senate.
A visitor from Connecticut was arrested on Saturday night on a drunken-driving charge after an accident that sent a motorcycle rider to the hospital with severe injuries.
Hundreds of residents attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony before viewing the fruits of several years of planning, fund-raising, and construction of a new wing at the East Hampton Library.
The Suffolk district attorney's office agreed Friday not to contest county doctors' determinations that David Osiecki is mentally incompetent to stand trial for allegedly setting fire to a Bridgehampton house in April
A hearing last night at East Hampton Town Hall on a daytime alcohol ban at two Amagansett beaches drew speakers mostly in favor of the concept.
Bridgehampton voters finally pierced the state-imposed tax cap on a $12.3 million budget for the 2014-15 school year