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Thomas Ravenel, a former South Carolina state treasurer who has reportedly been contemplating a return to political life, was arrested early this morning by East Hampton Village police and charged with drunken driving.
A bar patron who flooded the Sloppy Tuna in Montauk early Friday after he allegedly intentionally broke an overhead fire-sprinkler pipe, is facing a felony criminal mischief charge after causing extensive damage that forced the Montauk hotspot to...
Essentially a retrospective in paper and maquettes, a major show of work by Alice Aycock is on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill though July 13.
    The house is purple. Inside and out: painted cedar planks on the exterior and tongue-in-groove millwork in the interior. The overarching aesthetic is startling given the setting in tall white-pine woods in East Hampton’s...
Some longtime residents say that noise, too, has saturated the Town of East Hampton to the point that local government must move to restore the tranquility they say has been lost
A family of 12 made the East Hampton Library courtyard its new home last week, when a mallard hen became mother to 11 ducklings
End of the line for the last of its kind? Efforts are under way to save the storied Lion Gardiner dining car
The mandated route was the result of a lengthy effort by those in noise-affected communities and regional officials including New York State Senator Charles Schumer and Representative Tim Bishop
A loan shark used to be the go-to guy when you needed quick, easy money and were willing to pay through the nose in interest. These days “hard money loans” don’t carry such a stigma: The term “private equity consultant” sounds better than “loan shark.”