On Sunday, ten years will have elapsed since the day that LCpl. Jordan Haerter’s parents, JoAnn Lyles and Christian Haerter, received word that their only child had died in the line of duty.
“Good evening. I’m Brad Bender and I’m a grateful, recovering addict,” said the former Southampton Town councilman who spent nearly a year in prison after pleading guilty in late 2015 to illegally selling the painkiller oxycodone.
It’s rare for an athlete from Pierson High School to participate in Division I collegiate athletics, much less earn an athletic scholarship, but that’s exactly what Lattanzio has done
The result is “Head & Heart & Hips,” the band’s second album of original songs, but the first that is truly reflective of who they are as a group.
For the third consecutive year, The Sag Harbor Express won more editorial points than any other newspaper in the New York Press Association’s 2017 Better Newspaper Contest.
Officials from Section XI, Suffolk County’s governing body of athletics, upheld an East Hampton protest and ordered the teams to finish out the match at second doubles.
Using Long Wharf, Marine Park, Windmill Park or Havens Beach will cost $250 per day, while blocking a single parking space for a day will cost $50 — down from the previously discussed figure of $75 per day.
The proposed South Fork Wind Farm ran into headwinds Saturday from skeptics at a forum on the topic sponsored by the Group for Good Government at the East Hampton Library.
With 24 teams doing battle in this oddly restructured League VII softball season, the Pierson/Bridgehampton Lady Whalers, at least, have two young pitchers they can rely on.
Firefighters battled a fire in Lulu Kitchen and Bar on Main Street in Sag Harbor Tuesday night.
The private school will close its Bridgehampton campus, which is home to its early childhood and elementary grades, and move those programs to its Upper School campus on Goodfriend Drive in East Hampton.
It’s about to get a whole lot more expensive in Sag Harbor to block off a parking space or sidewalk for construction work.
The signs appeared early last winter offering a “Sag Harbor Assemblage” of three contiguous properties running from Main Street down Washington Street and over to Division Street.
Nada Barry and Gwen Waddington, who co-own the toy store, are celebrating the shop’s 50th anniversary in business on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Last spring, in its 15th edition, the annual Hamptons Restaurant Week rebranded itself as East End Restaurant Week, which better reflected the dining promotion