After this week's Amagansett School Board election results yielded a tie between two candidates, the final result will be decided by a run-off vote sometime in the next few weeks, a district representative said Thursday.
Sheet metal runs in Max Philip Dobler’s blood. His grandfather, who immigrated here from Germany in 1925, was a sheet metal worker, and among his father’s projects was a copper roof for the Montauk Lighthouse.
Visitors heading east for the unofficial start to summer this Memorial Day weekend will be surprised to see two giant billboards under construction on both sides of Sunrise Highway, just west of the Shinnecock Canal.
Donald Horowitz, a co-owner of Wittendale's Florist and Greenhouses on Newtown Lane, told the East Hampton Village Board he and about 12 other shopkeepers had met with Mr. Ringel to register their complaints about the fair.
Attorneys for Marc Rowan, the billionaire investor who bought Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk in 2014, and his neighbors in the Tuthill Road Association disagree sharply over jurisdiction.
Barbara Borsack, who became the first woman elected to the East Hampton Village Board in 2000, is hoping to be the first woman elected village mayor in 2020.
Amy Hammond, who recently started Glow Water, which produces three formulas of CBD tea, says an emerging market will soon become ubiquitous as people realize the benefits.
The Southampton History Museum’s house tour this year will open the doors to eight houses that illustrate Southampton’s architectural history from the 17th century to the present.
The neon "Sag Harbor" sign that was saved from the 2016 fire that severely damaged the Sag Harbor Cinema will be lit up again in a ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.
The Star's full calendar of summer benefits will help you plan your weekends and make sure you don't get shut out.
Voters approved school budgets for the 2019-20 school year in districts from Montauk to Bridgehampton on Tuesday.
Suffolk County officials announced a program that provide athletic coaches and trainers in public schools with training to combat substance abuse among student athletes.
The alleged kingpin in what investigators called the largest narcotics distribution ring in and around Montauk, which raked in as much as $100,000 in three weeks last summer, will spend the next decade behind bars.
The public has been invited to attend a dedication ceremony to mark the installation of a roadside marker at the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station on May 25 at 10 a.m.
The Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt are opening this year's Sundays at Two series with Nicole Kinlock, who will be speaking about her research on plant interactions in invaded-plant areas and the natural history of invasive plants.

Helping hands are being lined up for the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter Cares Day on Saturday, dedicated to the memory of Harvey Horowitz, the local Y’s late board chairman.
The waters off Havens Beach in Sag Harbor Village contained the highest amount of enterococcus bacteria of any East End bathing beach sampled on May 6 by the Surfrider Foundation.
PSEG Long Island announced this week that it will explore the possibility of building a modernized Long Island Power Authority substation on parkland north of the former Montauk landfill.
Residents of the Tuthill Road Association have launched a GoFundMe campaign that they say is necessary to protect the neighborhood’s character and quality of life from activities associated with Duryea’s Lobster Deck, purchased in 2014 by Marc Rowan.