The Suffolk Regional Emergency Medical Services Council on Jan. 9 recognized an emergency-response team that had saved the life of a man who had collapsed in early January in East Hampton Village.
David Raymond Flickinger and Jane Hamilton Urness were married on Nov. 4 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan.
Though an air of sadness reverberated through Calvary Baptist Church Monday, speakers urged those at the ceremony marking the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday to focus on the civil rights icon's joyful legacy.
A bitter-cold blast last week, combined with a snowstorm, created havoc in East Hampton. The arctic weather resulted in burst water pipes, slips and spills, and cars stranded in snowdrifts across the East End.
Landscapers balk at talk of leaf-blower ban, as board smiles on live music
Joe Bloecker and Cheryl Ecker Bloecker of Montauk have announced the engagement of their daughter, Fallon Ann Bloecker, to James C. Nigro, the son of Joe and Marjorie Nigro of Montauk.
Mary Augusta Frost Graham, the daughter of Arthur and Katherine Graham of East Hampton, was married to Benjamin Joseph Pevarski on Dec. 9 at the Josephine Butler Parks Center in Washington, D.C.
As of 6 a.m. Thursday, the National Weather Service increased its predicted snowfall for most of Long Island and southern Connecticut to between 8 to 12 inches.
Shoppers across Suffolk County may have noticed a few extra cents on their receipts this week. As of Monday, most stores in the county are required to charge a 5-cent fee for paper and plastic bags
A winter storm warning for eastern Suffolk and the Connecticut shoreline was issued by the National Weather Service, with as much as 10 inches of snow and high winds expected.
Four new and excellent illustrated books, self-published by locals — in the nick of time for St. Nick.
The East Hampton Village Board declared its unanimous support for a resolution brought by the Suffolk County Village Officials Association regarding the sale of so-called “bump stocks” at its last meeting of the year.
When the deadline passed for sealed bids for the life-size giraffe sculpture that stood in an East Hampton Village holding pen since its discovery near the Nature Trail some 18 months ago, an unnamed party's $3,333 offering was the highest of 14...