Starting Friday afternoon, the Long Island Rail Road will be running its new express service to the east end of the island.
A squabble has erupted in a community on the East End of Long Island, as town officials rethink controversial leash laws affecting dog owners on the beach.
Twenty years ago this week the kidnapping, imprisonment, and torture of a Long Island child captured the attention of a nation.
Two whales were found beached Sunday on separate stretches on the shores of East Hampton.
The wine is being served and the conversation is swirling at the Maidstone Arms, where the 20th annual Hamptons International Film Festival got underway on Thursday. Over 140 features and documentaries are competing for world-renowned prizes.
George Richardson, 50, was last seen leaving his family in their room at the Hartman’s Briney Breezes Motel to go for a stroll on the beach. That was early Tuesday.
Two people on board a small plane that went down in the Hamptons Sunday are recovering in the hospital, thanks in part to the quick action of some good Samaritans like a local bread maker.
1010 WINS reporter Juliet Papa will be serving as emcee for the event and 1010 WINS is a sponsor of the game.
Monday’s warm temperatures mean thousands are hitting the sand for some fun in the sun.
Long stretches of East Hampton’s Georgica Beach are gone, washed away by nature in some of the worst erosion in half a century, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
A Queens man has been accused of breaking into hip hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs’ East Hampton mansion where he apparently ate the star’s food, drank his liquor and paraded around in his clothes.
“This is not the type of case that we often handle, regarding the proceeds,” Det. Lt. Christopher Anderson told CBSNewYork.
A mega mansion at 52 Middle Lane in East Hampton just sold for $9.25 million — significantly less than the original asking price of nearly $20 million. That could be because, as legend has it, the house is haunted.
Otters have rarely been seen in the region for much of the last century due to hunting and pollution. But in recent years, naturalists have spotted the mammals with increasing frequency.
The nine little communities that make up the Hamptons’ main vacation zone offer New Yorkers their pick of beaches, art, vineyards, golf and nightlife.