Taylor K. Vecsey returned to The East Hampton Star in 2014. She was the founding editor of East Hampton Patch news site and also ran Southampton Patch. A Water Mill resident, Ms. Vecsey is a member of the Bridgehampton Fire Department, where she volunteers as an emergency medical technician.
In his victory speech on election night, Donald Trump called on America to “bind the wounds of division” and “come together as one united people,” but with his anti-immigrant rhetoric on the campaign trail still resonating, his election has struck a note of fear and uncertainty for many.
In a decision Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman called a “minor victory” for Alex Gregor, the town highway superintendent, a Supreme Court judge ruled that Mr. Gregor is a necessary component in union issues that affect highway workers. The question of whether Mr. Gregor had such authority was one Mr. Schneiderman said needed to be clarified.
The Sagg Bridge will get the rehabilitation it so desperately needs starting later this month. Sagaponack Village officials announced Monday that the Bridge Lane structure will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Nov. 14 at 7 a.m. for the extensive repairs.
Discourse over who should be the 45th president of the United States has reached such a fevered pitch that political debates in Southampton Hospital’s cardiopulmonary rehabilitation gym have been banned because of the stress they can cause patients.
The Bridgehampton School Board, which has discussed possible expansion of the kindergarten through 12th grade school building over the years, has set Dec. 13 for a referendum on whether to raise some $24.7 million to do so.
A.I.A. Peconic, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects, held its 2016 Daniel J. Rowen Design Awards program at the Southampton Historical Museum on Saturday. A reception celebrating architecture was held in the historic Sayre Barn.
Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects won three awards from the American Institute of Architects Long Island Chapter during an awards ceremony in Manhasset last Thursday. Known as the Archi Awards Program, it has recognized the quality of architectural design on Long Island since 1965.
Let's face it, black cats get a bad rap during the month of October, thanks to Halloween. Now the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, in an effort to prove otherwise and in memory of one of its supporters, is hosting a special promotion.
The Suffolk County Legislature will sponsor two events on the South Fork Monday aimed at the local business community, offering information about county resources available to business owners and hearing from them about what they need.
The annual Stroll to the Sea dog walk, held in East Hampton on Saturday to benefit the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, took in $85,000, according to preliminary figures provided by ARF Hamptons on Tuesday.