Two workshops on important and serious subjects for teens will be held in the coming days — on suicide awareness on Saturday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton and on dating violence at the East Hampton Library on Wednesday.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman will be the speakers at a League of Women Voters of the Hamptons forum on Monday at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton.
For five years running, Ed Kranepool was one of the best pinch-hitters in the history of Major League Baseball, the player New York Mets’ managers would turn to when they needed that one key hit in the bottom of the ninth to bail them out. Now it is...
Frank N. Tuma, one of Montauk’s early charter fishing captains and a business leader and real estate broker, died on Friday at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. He was 93.
Robert William Deichert of East Hampton and Bronxville, N.Y., died last Thursday at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx. He was 92.
International Women's Day will be celebrated with a package of gifts to women by the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Richard F. Jarmain, who had a private dental practice for 30 years and taught at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine and Stony Brook University, died at home in Montauk of heart failure last Thursday. He was 78.
Robert C. Cotiaux died of heart failure early on Feb. 12 at the Village at Buckland Court in South Windsor, Conn., where he and his wife had been living since 2003. He was 88.
Marshall Clark, formerly of Greenwich, Conn., and East Hampton, died on Feb. 20 at the Essex Meadows retirement home in Essex, Conn. He was 96.
In the run-up to Tuesday’s vote on the Springs School expansion bond, one statement was repeated frequently that needs examination — the question of overcrowding, the sense that Springs has many more than its fair share of students. The numbers, it...
Time was Montauk was only really crazy one day a year, as thousands of green-bedecked revelers descended looking to get loose. Now, and by comparison to just about any weekend night between June and September, the St. Patrick’s Day events are tame.
Copies of The Star’s 100th anniversary edition were dug out recently for the edification of several new staff members, and we found ourselves reminiscing about people who worked here over the years.
I am old enough and have lived in the same spot long enough to have a sense of how things should and should not be. The bay has been at odds with what should be, but scientists tell us this is the new normal.