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The Quotation Game Spurred by a not very Long Island-like deep cold and unusual masses of snow — in short, a long winter indoors — your friendly neighborhood bookseller has started a diverting game, a “literary treasure hunt...
You’ve already chosen the groom. Now it’s time to choose the gown — but, bride beware, returns are just as difficult for those!
The second phase of the East Hampton Village government's effort to reduce the deer population through sterilization of does has been postponed due to continued cold weather.
Georges Briguet, who owns a well-known French restaurant, Le Perigord, in New York, deliberately concealed two Swiss bank accounts, failing to pay more than $169,000 in taxes over 10 years, the I.R.S. said.
An Amagansett man was arrested after allegedly attacking a woman in her bedroom on Tuesday night. Michael D. Marran, 48, was charged with misdemeanor assault, criminal obstruction of breathing, and criminal mischief, as well as a felony charge for unlawfully entering the house.
The Town of East Hampton will participate in NY Prize, the state’s $40 million competition to design small-scale “green” power-generating stations known as microgrids.
As state, local, and school officials look to next year’s budgets, Adam Fine, the principal of East Hampton High School, is hopeful that South Fork students will have continued access to an array of mental health services.
As snow piled up, a couple about to have their first child relied on the volunteers from the Springs Fire Department and ambulance company to get them to the hospital in time.
United States Army Corps of Engineers staff and New York State officials have sidestepped East Hampton Town in moving ahead with a planned multimillion-dollar project to protect the downtown Montauk ocean shoreline without obtaining local authorization.