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   The man walks toward me on Kalakaua Avenue, a tall man, and straight. His progress is halting. Three steps forward and stop, then another three and stop. His hair is past shoulder length, matted and gray like his beard. His clothes...
Southampton Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming defeated Jennifer Maertz by a wide margin in a Democratic primary on Thursday to determine who will represent the party in a bid to unseat State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle in November.

Collectively, the effect of “Holy Crap!” – a group show now on view at the Fireplace project – is like meeting a hellion on the day that he’s finally decided to reform. Indeed, the artists Nate Lowman, Dan Colen, Rob...
At about 1 p.m. Thursday, East Hampton Fire Department volunteers responded to a report of a barn on fire off Long Lane in East Hampton.
Lee Hnetinka, a 25-year-old Long Island man facing 60 charges in Southampton Town for allegedly renting houses in violation of the town code was arraigned on Friday.
Chosen in an election in July, Lance Cpl. Roger King is the youngest to have served as the post’s commander.
The family and police continue to believe that Mr. Richardson is alive, and the search continues.
Members of the town board requested clarification about a $118,000 bill for legal services.
An ambitious project to protect a six-mile stretch of Atlantic shoreline within the Bridgehampton and Sagaponack Erosion Control Districts would be paid for almost entirely by residents of the two special taxing districts.
Late blight strikes again, leaving fruit to die on vine
    The owners of cesspool-pumping businesses turned out en masse last Thursday night to tell the East Hampton Town Board hearing that closing the scavenger waste plant, in use in recent months as a transfer station only, would have...
     Felipe Z. Cruz, 41, of Southampton was arrested on Friday afternoon after driving a white dump truck, pulling a lawn mower trailer into a van that then hit the flagpole at Buell Lane and Main Street in East Hampton Village...
    “After nine years, the East End of Long Island — from the Lobster Inn to the Lighthouse — can finally take a deep sigh of relief, for Gerry Starr and Joanlee Montefusco have at long last tied the knot,”...