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Peter Durst and Whitney Lucas were married in an intimate ceremony on May 20 at the Sunriver Resort in Bend, Ore.
About 40 friends and parents were in the courtroom last Thursday during the arraignment of a man East Hampton Town police said had hosted a post-prom party for over 50 under-age drinkers, many of them Ross School students.
Deborah A. Haab, the outgoing superintendent of the Highland Central School District in Ulster County, N.Y., has been appointed the new part-time superintendent of the Wainscott Common School District.
A Springs man who gave police two different names in recent years following arrests for drunken driving was charged again on Saturday, and this time his fingerprints betrayed him.
Fred Havemeyer, who served as a Southampton Town trustee for more than 10 years, announced this week that he plans to challenge Supervisor Jay Schneiderman for the Democratic line in a September primary.
The expansion of the restaurant at the Montauk Manor, La Fine, was opposed by some of the condominium’s residents during an East Hampton Planning Board hearing on May 17.
The Springs Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners has a new member. Jerry Sheehan was appointed on Monday night to fill the vacancy left when Chris Harmon resigned last month.
Drew Petersen, a part-time Springs resident and a prodigy who first performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall at age 5, won the American Pianists Award and the Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association.
East Hampton Fire Department's first black chief had a role model close to home.
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons’ acro­nym, ARF, could stand for “A Route of Flowers” on Saturday, when its annual garden tour, this time focusing on properties in East Hampton, will be held.
The painter Robert Dash, who died in 2013, left a legacy much larger than his brushstrokes. The Star’s longtime garden critic, whose columns were renowned for their painterly approach to the color and placement of plants, Mr. Dash lives on not only in his art and written works but in Madoo, his own much-loved garden, now a conservancy open to the...
It won’t take a detective to notice a different feeling at Guild Hall this year. Exhibitions and public performances have a more heterogeneous focus, and that is intentional, according to Andrea Grover, the cultural center’s executive director.
After immersing himself in the history of the South Fork artistic community and unearthing some of its long-forgotten gems, Eric Firestone is solidifying his place on the continuum of dealers who matter here.