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Audrey Flack, Gail Sheehy, and Harris Yulin will be honored by the Guild Hall Academy of the Arts in New York City on March 5.
The Madoo Conservancy’s winter lecture series will feature three landscape architects who will discuss current and past projects with a focus on their effects on the waterways of the East End, starting Sunday.
Romany Kramoris, who has operated her glass studio in Sag Harbor for the past 43 years, has received a scholarship from Urban Glass in Brooklyn, one of the leading glass art facilities in the country, to study advanced painted and stained-glass...
Elaia Estiatorio, a Greek restaurant in Bridgehampton, will offer a three-course prix fixe menu for $32 per person on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Fred Bollaci, the author of the “The Restaurant Diet: How to Eat Out Every Night and...
The Star welcomes submissions of essays for its “Guestwords” column of between 700 and 1,200 words. Submissions can be sent for review by email, in text or Word format, to submissions@ehstar.com.
In anticipation of a March 6 Springs School District vote on a $16.9-million bond to finance a long-planned expansion project, the school board and administrators will present an overview of the project on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Ashawagh Hall.
An 18-year-old who was a seasonal traffic control officer for the East Hampton Village police is in custody after allegedly raping a woman in a Springs School parking lot on Sunday afternoon.
Il Mulino, a high-end New York City Italian restaurant chain, will open an outpost in East Hampton, which should open before the high season starts in late May.
A former East Hampton man has been accused by the United States Commodity Futures Commission of defrauding investors by selling shares in a phony virtual-money company.
At a time when medical coverage has become increasingly complicated and uncertain, one local doctor’s office is making access to care a priority.
An outcry over implementation of Suffolk County’s Shellfish Aquaculture Lease Program in Gardiner’s Bay and Peconic Bay, in which parcels are leased for private, commercial shellfish cultivation, is getting louder.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé, who bought a house in East Hampton last year, object to a house and swimming pool planned on an adjacent property that their attorney says will block their view of the preserved field that both properties abut.
Michael J. Donelan, 44, of Springs has been charged with multiple drug-possession charges, including two felonies.