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A.I.A. Peconic, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, held its 2016 Daniel J. Rowen Design Awards program at the Southampton Historical Museum on Saturday. A reception celebrating architecture was held in the historic Sayre Barn.
Music filled the air, fog and bubble machines set the scene, and the sounds of ghostly howls echoed up and down the streets as costumed trick-or-treaters descended on East Hampton Village for Monday's Halloween festivities.
Don't want your kids eating all that Halloween candy? There's a local buyback program under way that can also raise money for your child's school.
Some pretty creative scarecrows have been popping up around Montauk as part of Montauk Youth's Scarecrow Days contest.
Halloween is not until Monday, but there are lots of opportunities to break out your costume before then. For Halloween events just for the kids, click here.  Happening Through Halloween
Discourse over who should be the 45th president of the United States has reached such a fevered pitch that political debates in Southampton Hospital’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation gym have been banned because of the stress they can cause patients.
Survey by grassroots group looks at what matters most to hamlet residents.
Historic structures were afforded greater protection when the East Hampton Village Board adopted a code amendment on Friday, and two long-serving members of the community were honored.
Bryan Staubitser, a son of Thomas and Marlene Staubitser of Montauk, and Miken Souza were married on Oct. 1 at the Hui No’eau Cultural Arts Center in Makawao, Maui. Rennette Pacheco Bishaw of Hilo, Hawaii, known as Aunti Rae, a kahu, or...
In a July 10 wedding held in the Lyons Farmette garden near Boulder, Colo., Perry Santanachote and Alistair Coy Wallace, a Manhattan couple who spend many weekends in East Hampton, were married.
It was a long and winding road, but the dilapidated building at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor Village, commonly known as the Morpurgo house, finally changed hands this week.
A stack of glowing orange pumpkins fashioned in the form of a lighthouse won Luke and Lily Babcock the title of Master Carvers during the Bridgehampton Lions Club's Carving Contest.
The annual Ragamuffin Parade in Sag Harbor Village was held on Sunday afternoon, and children and adults fashioned a host of costumes, from scary to downright creative.