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Four Shelter Island veterans and the mother of a Shelter Island soldier killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010 will come together on the stage of Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor to share stories about their service, their lives, and their losses...
Maureen’s Haven, a provider of shelter and support services for the homeless, has ceased operation in East Hampton, though, its officials hope, only temporarily.
Last Thursday’s meeting of the East Hampton Village Board began with a plea to change zoning to allow expanded uses of historic inns and reached a crescendo when one village business owner asserted that the business district was in the midst of an...
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,...
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.
The Southampton Chamber of Commerce will hold a networking night at the Southampton Publick House from 5 to 7 this evening.
“Killer Bees,” a film that details the storied history (including nine state Class D championships) of Bridgehampton High’s basketball team and students’ relationship to the larger community, will be screened at the Bridgehampton Child Care and...
Daniel Okin of this hamlet has been named to the dean’s list at Emerson College in Boston for the fall 2017 semester. He is majoring in marketing communications. To make Emerson’s dean’s list, a student must carry a grade-point...
Sarah Conway will sing at the Montauk Community Church’s coffee house on Sunday at 7 p.m. The show is open to the public, and admission is free.
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
The East Hampton Historical Society has hired Maria Vann as its new executive director, a position that has been vacant since October.
If you stopped in at the I.G.A. food markets in Montauk or on North Main Street in East Hampton this week, you may not have noticed anything unusual, but behind the scenes a big change was underway.