Members of the farming community were invited to a Sagaponack Village Board meeting on Monday to express their opinions on a proposed series of code changes to regulate deer fencing.
Some 800 cyclists are expected to take part in Soldier Ride the Hamptons, which takes place on Saturday on roads across the South Fork.
Montauk advertises itself as “The End,” but it’s not literally at the end of the world although it felt that way recently for residents frustrated with their post office’s inability to deliver their packages and daily mail on time, if they could be...
The Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library's Long Island Collection
’Tis the season to construct a swimming pool, if the applications before the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday are any indication.
The marches and rallies that have sprung up since Donald J. Trump was elected president have brought together disaffected Americans who in the past would have been called liberal thinkers and who for the most part have supported movements for...
Lifeguards in East Hampton and Southampton Towns were alerted of two shark bites in Fire Island waters.
The LGBT Network has opened the first program on the East End specifically designed to combat the spread of H.I.V.
Sampling performed by officials from the State University at Stony Brook has confirmed the presence of a cyanobacteria bloom, or blue-green algae, in Wainscott Pond.
This summer, the Hayground School's camp is hosting a new summer music series of weekly concerts on Wednesday night. Each week, a new musical guest will spend a day with the campers, and then perform for the public.
When Ben and Bonnie Krupinski died in a plane crash last month, along with their grandson and the pilot, East Hampton mourned the passing of a couple who had been so generous to the community. Their sudden loss shocked employees at Mr. Krupinski’s...
A small procession of people, some wearing stickers that read “Protect the Long Pond Greenbelt,” voiced concern at a Sag Harbor Village Board public hearing on Tuesday evening about the board’s proposed use of a 24-acre site off the Bridgehampton-...
The Rev. Dr. William Barber, a minister and civil rights leader from North Carolina who is president of the nonprofit Repairers of the Breach, will be the guest of honor at a fund-raiser for that organization on Saturday in East Hampton.