Eamon Spencer from East Hampton High School offered a hard-to-get chance to study as an undergraduate in Annapolis.
A new Adolescent Mental Health and Substance Use Task Force will consist of school officials from East Hampton, Montauk, Amagansett, Springs, and Sag Harbor, as well as clergy and representatives of police departments.
Job-seekers have been encouraged to attend an event Friday at the East Hampton Library presented by the Suffolk One-Stop Employment Center at which a range of businesses will meet prospective employees. No appointment is necessary, though the...
Last year there were reports of both ospreys and bald eagles flying or roosting in the vicinity of Kellis Pond, fishing but not reproducing. Greg Boeklen’s photo was the icing on the cake.
An 18-year-old who was a seasonal traffic control officer for the East Hampton Village police is in custody after allegedly raping a woman in a Springs School parking lot on Sunday afternoon.
A former East Hampton man has been accused by the United States Commodity Futures Commission of defrauding investors by selling shares in a phony virtual-money company.
At a time when medical coverage has become increasingly complicated and uncertain, one local doctor’s office is making access to care a priority.
An outcry over implementation of Suffolk County’s Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program in Gardiner’s Bay and Peconic Bay, in which parcels are leased for private, commercial shellfish cultivation, is getting louder.
Michael J. Donelan, 44, of Springs has been charged with multiple drug-possession charges, including two felonies.
Citing “constant issues with the overzealous East Hampton Village code enforcement” regarding outdoor seating and parking, Michael Gluckman and Shane Dyckman have sold the Service Station, the restaurant they opened at 100 Montauk Highway in 2016,...
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman attended the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee meeting on Monday evening to further his campaign to obtain an historic designation for the hamlet’s business district.
At a standing-room-only talk about two East Hampton doctors at Clinton Academy on Friday night, the feeling was more of a family reunion than a lecture.
New York's First Congressional District representative was aboard an Amtrak train headed to a Republican retreat that hit a garbage truck.