Articles

    The prospect of a change in the town code that would allow veterinary clinics to locate in central business districts gave the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee some jitters on Monday night.
    Driving with a flat tire after leaving the scene of an accident landed a Springs man in jail, according to East Hampton Town police.
Word has reached The Star that Helen Palmer Edwards died at home in East Hampton on Sunday. She was 86. Funeral arrangements were private. Mrs. Edwards was married to the late James N. Edwards. A full obituary will appear in a future edition.
    James J. Phelan, a retired executive with Chase Manhattan Bank who had a house on Georgica Road in East Hampton, died on April 12 in Princeton, N.J. He was 78 and had been ill for the past three years.     Mr....
Ross Spring Musical     Known as the Broadway musical that allowed Sid Caesar to portray a multitude of roles, “Little Me” is coming to Ross School this weekend. The Neil Simon comedy, which takes place partly in...
    “This is only the second meeting in what I anticipate will be a somewhat lengthy process,” Andrew Goldstein, chairman of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals, said when Friday’s meeting turned to a...
    Mildred (Midge) LaGuardia, a Corcoran real estate broker and Old Northwest Road, East Hampton, resident for more than 30 years, died on Tuesday in Southampton at the age of 74. Visiting hours will be on Saturday at noon at the...
Amagansett On the afternoon of April 30, Bertrand De Looz bicycled to the Amagansett Library, parked his seven-speed bike at the bike rack, and went inside for 10 minutes. When he came out, the bike was gone. A Conklin Lane woman told police...
    The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.  I bet that’s a truly ancient proverb: People have been coveting what their neighbors have since the dawn of time. But when the phrase pops into my own mind...