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Stony Brook doctors were unable to save a girl who was hit by a vehicle on Route 27 in East Hampton Village Saturday afternoon. Police have not released the victim's name.
Three areas along the ocean on Napeague are being considered for new East Hampton Town bathing beaches with lifeguards and bathrooms.
A Hauppauge apparel company has filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to register the name “Ditch Plains” for its exclusive use on clothing
An expedition to Greenland to recover bodies from a World War II crash site
Eight candidates weigh in on police and waterfront
Houses on the low end of the market can be found but usually need a lot of work.
Donald J. Torr is facing 14 felony counts of unlawful video surveillance of renters in his Springs house.
East Hampton Town will add sand to a portion of the Ditch Plain beach in Montauk, where erosion has exposed hardpan and rocks, so that it can be used by bathers this summer.
    “A love fest” was how Eric Casale, the principal of the Springs School, described Monday night’s school board meeting, during which two of its members bid a final farewell. But quickly talk turned to questions...
    Nearly all school districts on the South Fork performed well above average on the New York State Education Department’s annual school report cards for 2011-12, released last month.
    A Southampton man who police say was speeding on Cedar Street in East Hampton in a gold Pontiac with Arizona plates early Monday morning was charged by town police with driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest. Mortimer A....
    A Springs man with multiple recent arrests, including one in March off East Hampton’s Main Beach when he allegedly offered marijuana to Village Police Chief Gerard Larsen while the chief was on a coffee break, was arrested...
    The reported string of costly burglaries here continued this week, with a house on Martingale Court in East Hampton being the latest target.