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At Driftwood Shores in Springs, it is neighbor versus neighbor over access.
The Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation for Arts and Wellness was started just a week after Anna was struck by a car in East Hampton Village while riding her bicycle to a summer job.
A solution to the overcrowding at the Springs School may lie in the building in East Hampton that houses the Child Development Center of the Hamptons, which is to close at the end of the academic year.
The love of fishing is a gift that’s passed down from parent to child like a family heirloom. With Father’s Day around the corner, let’s honor dads that have placed a rod and reel in the hands of their sons and daughters and given them the opportunity to develop a lifetime passion for the sport.
Homeowners claim destruction of vegetation, nesting habitat, beach grass; town trustees say the beach is 'in fine, excellent condition.'
A gunman opened fire Saturday in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., about 1,200 miles from here, but the grief in the aftermath of the mass shooting has resonated around the country, including on the South Fork.
A 2-year-old nearly drowned on June 1 when he fell into the water at a Montauk marina and couldn’t be found for several minutes.
When the audiences stood for ovations at band and choir concerts over the last two weeks at East Hampton High School, it was clearly the music directors who were being lauded. That’s because the concerts were the last to be conducted by...
Some Montauk residents are feeling the sting of swarms of taxis buzzing about the hamlet’s trendy night spots, where, they say, the cabs are creating unpleasant conditions.