The East Hampton Town Board’s decision about whether to take a federal grant for security and deer fencing around the airport may have repercussions.
A house owned by two families at 68 Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett burned to the ground on Nov. 11, killing two dogs
A native Montauker conjures what Native Americans saw
Station offering local and national news could be up and running by the spring
This weekend, Christmas at the Lighthouse will be celebrated, with the lighting of the Montauk Lighthouse on Saturday.
Part of a story about the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee’s Nov. 14 meeting was inadvertently omitted from last week’s Star.
It’s the first time since 2006 that the Sharks have advanced to Division II’s national Sweet 16 tournament.
A razor-thin margin separated the two candidates for East Hampton Town supervisor on Tuesday afternoon as absentee ballots continue to be reviewed.
Army Sgt. Antonio De Petris, a 24-year-old East Hampton native, has been commended four times for his leadership under enemy fire and dexterity in combat situations.
An electrical fire in the Mulligans’ house on Fairview Avenue destroyed almost all of their belongings.
With help from private donors, deer hunters are offering up their bounty to local food pantries, turning a surplus of deer into a supplemental source of food for people in need.
The town-owned parking lot behind Amagansett Main Street has 157 spaces, but shopowners have long said more are needed.
Michael Hartner, the Springs School superintendent since 2009, has tendered his resignation to the school board, effective June 30, 2012.
November is offering up some hopeful news in the closely-related worlds of both commercial and recreational fisheries.