Articles

   LongHouse Reserve’s annual container invitational, “Planters: ON+OFF the Ground VI,” in which top landscape designers, artists, and other horticultural professionals compete to see who can create the most striking...
    Guild Hall will be the home of a literal variety of events beginning tonight with the visiting group Our Fabulous Variety Show presenting “An Eclectic Cabaret,” an evening of burlesque, melodies, comedy, and dances,...
Mannix at Hampton Hang     In a new show opening tomorrow, Karyn Mannix is looking beyond the beloved South Fork medium of painting to find other artistic inspiration that falls outside that two-dimensional form.     ...

   Mary killed herself at age 85. “Why did she wait so long?” asked Gilda, her daughter. “Had she done so 50 years ago, it would have let some sun and air into my life.” After that first explosion of anger, Gilda...
The U.S. Attorney's Office says owners of 14 7-Elevens used stolen identities to smuggle “dozens of illegal immigrants” into the country, and then employed them at the stores while stealing “substantial portions” of the vulnerable workers’ weekly pay.
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