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A multi-thousand-person bike ride planned for Saturday that East Hampton officials had sought to prevent will go on in a reduced form after a settlement was reached between its organizer and East Hampton Town on Friday.
An East Hampton group that has been fighting against the installation by PSEG Long Island of a high-power electricity transmission line on new and higher poles filed suit on Wednesday in New York State Supreme Court in Riverhead in an effort to stop...
Ride to Montauk, a planned Manhattan-to-Montauk bicycle trip on Saturday encountered a pothole this week when both East Hampton Town and East Hampton Village denied permits for the event.
The Ross School in East Hampton has announced services for Franco Denaro, a cook at the school for 12 years who died on Wednesday.
There were fabulous vintage vehicles to satisfy every taste at the Amagansett's Fire Department's Classic Car Show last Saturday, which also served as a kickoff for the fire department's 100th anniversary celebrations. 
The Hamptons just got a tad more narcissistic. Hamptons Free Ride, a beach shuttle service with a fleet of cute little electric vehicles, has installed iPad “selfie machines” on its fleet of 19 cars, the better for riders to take their...
Recent storms have claimed some 20 feet of bluff, and several residents have proposed a sand-covered rock revetment to hold back the waters of Gardiner's Bay.
Gen. Michael Hayden, a former director of the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, was the guest speaker at Monday’s Memorial Day parade and services in East Hampton. Mr. Hayden, a retired Air Force four-star general, began...
Several changes are proposed to the “smart lighting” code adopted in 2006, though the code itself will largely remain intact. East Hampton Town’s outdoor lighting regulations will be discussed at Town Hall next Thursday night.
Jason Lee, the former Goldman-Sachs managing director who was arrested last summer in East Hampton on charges that he raped a 20-year-old Irish student, was ordered Friday by New York Supreme Court Justice Barbara R. Kahn to refrain from any further...
“Don’t use the B word,” said Gene Stilwell, an agent at Town and Country Real Estate who specified the preferred real estate term: “lower level.”
Garages that contain apartments have drawn the attention of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals in recent years and continued to do so on Friday when a hearing on one was postponed and another was granted approval.
A newly renovated greenhouse at the Montauk School was dedicated to Carol Morrison on May 21. A large group of teachers, members of the Concerned Citizens of Montauk, and representatives of the Edible School Gardens group crammed into the well-...