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The South Fork Peak Savers Program, which encourages energy efficiency through reduced consumption, is offering a new program that would reduce peak electricity demand and save money, the East Hampton Town Board was told on Tuesday.
The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons will host a special book-and-author reception and talk with Steve Israel, a former Long Island congressman, on April 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Seasons of Southampton. Tim Bishop, a former congressman from...
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Mr. Remkus was known for telling stories that would leave his customers and friends, including those in the Sag Harbor Fire Department, where he was a longtime member, laughing out loud.
The artist and writer Ruth Jacobsen was a hidden child during the Holocaust after her parents fled with her from Germany to Holland.
Guy Ladd Frost of Roslyn and Springs died last Thursday of Lewy body dementia at the Sands Point Center for Health and Rehabilitation in Port Washingon. He was 85.
Just as George Plimpton sparred with Archie Moore and Sugar Ray Robinson, and trained with the Detroit Lions, I, too, like to dabble in participatory journalism, especially when it requires finding, testing, and eating retro recipes.
Suffolk’s 10 towns are right to ask for a portion of the proposed internet sales tax now being considered in Albany.
Democratic presidential candidates are helping to raise the issue of whether tech giants are violating antitrust rules and should be broken up. Considering what could be described as an extortion racket directed at journalism, the answer is probably...
By Hamptons standards, it is a good deal. Bookings opened this week for new luxury tent accommodations at Cedar Point County Park in East Hampton, starting at $300 a night, and, from where we sit, there is every reason to think the venture will be...
Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren are my kind of candidates.
Spring might have arrived, or so the calendar says, but I have yet to see an osprey.
The owners of Brass and Burl, an online store for high-end furniture and home décor, are planning a showroom on part of the Franklin Triangle, a wedge-shaped property between Skimhampton Road and Montauk Highway in East Hampton.