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Islanders and weekend visitors will have plenty of options - From Milly to C. Wonder - the next time they open their closets and tell themselves they have nothing to wear.
4 hrs ago | Sag Harbor Online
In the early morning hours of Monday, June 6, a 58-year-old woman living in a house on Burkeshire Drive in Noyac was jarred awake by the acrimonious sound of constant, monotonous beeping.
But the Piano Man seeks to clarify many of the sensational headlines that have tarnished his image in a new interview with The New York Times .
Two East Hampton Town Board meetings this week went from contentious to hostile, with heated exchanges not only between board members, a regular occurrence, but with combative retorts from Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and Councilwoman Theresa Quigley to criticism directed at them from the audience.
A plan devised by a task force to "spread the pain" of helicopter noise over three routes into and out of East Hampton Airport was supported by a majority of the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday, although officials acknowledged it would make no one happy.
Members of the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee carefully tallied votes for town board candidates during a nominating convention on May 15 at St.
The Sag Harbor Board of Education passed a revision to its public input policy Monday night, opting to remove a controversial sentence that would have given the board the right to suspend community members' privilege to speak if their behavior at meetings was deemed inappropriate.
Last month, members of the Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals said they believed a 102-foot canopy meant to shelter an expanded gas pump island at the reimagined Harbor Heights Service Station on Hampton Road was a structure.
For a generation where Memorial Day seems to be more about barbecues than American flags, Hope for the Warriors keeps a light shining on the people who have sacrificed so much in the name of freedom.
Former Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot was unanimously endorsed Tuesday night by the Southampton Town Republican Party, setting the stage for a third supervisor's race between the Quogue resident and incumbent supervisor Anna Throne-Holst. "Certainly, I am excited about my candidacy as well as the well-qualified candidates I will be running ... (more)
Mac Griswold, whose new book "The Manor, Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island" tells the story of Shelter Island's Sylvester Manor, which was founded as a provisioning plantation in 1651 with slaves, Native Americans and the Quaker land-owners working side by side.
When clothing designer Tommy Wilkie first learned that "Hamptons Hoodies," the name he hoped to trademark for his new clothing line, was already taken, he had just one thing to say.
A fast acting crew aboard a South Ferry boat Sunday afternoon averted a crisis when a vehicle belonging to Josh Horton of Horton Dredge & Dock of Greenport caught fire about 2:30 p.m. The ferry was loading in North Haven when Eric Curko, who is a new South Ferry captain just completing his training, smelled smoke.