U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin was joined by state and local political leaders, environmentalists and business representatives on Friday in calling for bipartisan opposition to the decision of the federal government to open most federal waters in the Atlantic Ocean to oil and gas exploration.
From Sag Harbor to the United Kingdom, Katharine Battle and Emily Goldstein are sharing their passion for spaces reflective of British culture.
Will Martin on Friday became just the ninth player in school history, among both boys and girls, to score 1,000 points in their career.
If Bay Street Theater were a ship, its new troupe of scrappy improv players would be its appropriately-named goofball stowaways.
The Bridgehampton School District on Wednesday ushered in a new era of leadership, appointing four new senior administrators to multi-year contracts.
A handful of East End school districts plan on petitioning Section XI, the governing body of high school athletics in Suffolk County, for “alternative...
The protest largely, centered on the president and his administration’s policies on the environment, healthcare, immigration and women’s rights.
Seven influential policymakers and housing advocates came together on Friday to define and discuss an issue that many agree has reached crisis-level.
The trust is still waiting for funding so it can move forward with razing the existing buildings and replace them with modular, energy-efficient units.
It is not that difficult to get permission to add an accessory apartment in Southampton Town, provided your property is at least three-quarters of an acre.
The East Hampton Town Board approved the use of a Pantigo Place parcel for the site of a new emergency room Thursday night.
The discovery of a nursery in the waters off Long Island is exciting news because it provides an opportunity to conduct much needed research.
The Bridgehampton Child Care Center is planning to launch a capital program to raise the estimated $1.5 million it will need to build an addition.
The board signed off on a state-mandated study of the cinema rebuild that concluded it will likely have "no significant adverse environmental impacts."
The East Hampton Town Board appointed David Lys to fill the seat left vacant when Peter Van Scoyoc was elected supervisor in November.