The real estate market closed out 2017 with a boom. According to fourth-quarter reports from many of the major real estate agencies, house sales were up virtually all across the South Fork.
The Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt will take to the open fields of Bridgehampton this evening at 6:30 for a leisurely hike under the full moon, the second of the month, known as a blue moon.
Nineteen arts organizations on the South Fork have banded together to form the Hamptons Arts Network to pool resources, share exhibitions and events, and otherwise strategize to maximize their assets and clout.
Eleanor Tritt, the superintendent of the Amagansett School District, informed the school board and the community that she will not seek to extend her contract, which expires in June.
A barn on farmland owned by the Peconic Land Trust in Amagansett is the focus of litigation against the Suffolk County Farmland Committee, which gave the approval to build it in 2016.
An investigation that began with a call to the East Hampton Village police on Nov. 2, 2016, from an estate on Middle Lane ended with the arrest by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of a Manhattan man at Los Angeles International...
While for many the mere thought of running a marathon can seem exhausting, Cara Nelson, a seventh-grade social studies teacher at the East Hampton Middle School, is about to undertake an almost superhuman feat — running seven marathons in seven days...
The telecommunications giant AT&T has launched a lawsuit in federal court after being denied in a bid to install cell phone antenna panels on a lattice windmill at Iacono Farm on Long Lane.
School officials believed they were in good standing to receive a state grant for a wastewater upgrade. By leaving an archaic "K" off the name of Accabonac Harbor in paperwork, the request was doomed, however.
Two state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would require the Long Island Power Authority’s board of trustees to protect the economic interests of its ratepayers when proposing rate increases.
The East Hampton Town Board has voted to approve the lease of a town-owned parcel on Pantigo Place in East Hampton for the construction of an emergency care facility.
There is no prospect of state money any time soon for a badly damaged road between East Hampton and Sag Harbor.
Men and women in blue lined the back wall of the East Hampton Village Board meeting room on Friday to watch their colleague Sgt. Kevin Duchemin‚ who is retiring from the police force after 27 years‚ receive a proclamation honoring his service