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.
The East Hampton Town Board will appoint David Lys to fill the vacant Town Council seat during its Thursday, January 18 meeting at 6:30...
Health care, military spending, foreign policy and immigration reform were just some of the topics six Congressional hopefuls discussed on Saturday.
Sag Harbor will once again be the site of a “sister march” to the national Women’s March, to be held on Saturday, January 20.
Mary Vorpahl was honored by the East Hampton Town Republican Committee as its nominee for Suffolk County Woman of the Year.
Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini easily defeated his Republican challenger, Raymond G. Perini, in the race for district attorney.
Jubilant Democrats gathered at Buckley’s Inn Between in Hampton Bays Tuesday night to cheer a sweeping victory by their party in Southampton Town elections.
Democrats swept the town board and supervisor races in East Hampton Town Tuesday night, according to unofficial results from the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
Republican Councilman Fred Overton has decided not to seek another term, paving the way for at least one newcomer to join the East Hampton Town Board.
Deputy East Hampton supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc is facing New York State Parks Police sergeant Manny Vilar in the race for East Hampton Town supervisor.
Julie Lofstad, Thea Dombrowski-Fry, Tommy John Schiavoni and Stan Glinka are the four candidates seeking election to the Southampton town board.
Jay Schneiderman, an Independence Party candidate, and Ray Overton, a Republican, are vying for the Southampton Town supervisor's seat.
One of them — whether or not the state should revisit its Constitution — has certainly drawn the most interest among civic organizations and union groups.
Bridget Fleming, a Democrat, and Heather Collins, a Republican, are seeking to represent the 2nd Legislative District in Suffolk County.
The campaign for supervisor and two seats on the town board in East Hampton Town has invited invigorating debate.