Some homeowners in the Hamptons are puzzled and angry after finding recruitment pamphlets for the Ku Klux Klan at their homes.
A road sign that was put up to honor a nun who was killed in a hit-and-run in the Hamptons may be coming down for good.
A Long Island community was upset Monday, outraged that garbage from the Hamptons and other east end towns is being held in their town until state officials can figure out how to send it to a landfill out of state.
The aluminum colossus dubbed “Walking Figure” appeared at the airport in Westhampton, not far from the village and beaches.
Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Tim Bishop are calling on the FAA to extend the over-the-water route regulation for helicopters flying to and from Long Island’s East End.
An investment fund manager has admitted in a Long Island courtroom to stealing nearly $100 million of investors’ money in a Ponzi scheme that helped fund his interest in a Hamptons resort.
The home represents the legacy of one of the most prominent former slaves in the northeast, according to village historians.
Neptune was once a historic lifeguard station and is located on three acres of oceanfront property in East Quoge. The spot has been valued for its shimmering waters and tidal marshes.
Police on Long Island issued a warning Wednesday about a rash of luxury car thefts in the Hamptons.
It’s not often you find a turnip and a grapefruit playing integral roles in a competitive softball game, but it’s part of the fun and tradition in East Hampton where the Artists and Writers game is celebrating 65 years of play.
A 22-year-old man plans to sue Justin Bieber after he says the pop star and his bodyguards roughed him up outside a Hamptons nightclub last weekend.
Beachgoers have been advised to be on the lookout, as dozens of venomous Portuguese man o’ war have been washed ashore on beaches along the East End of Long Island.
The Hamptons is known for its beautiful beaches and wealth, and summertime helicopter noise. Some, however, hope a solution to the noise has been found.
As summer approaches, some families are trading their year-round homes in East Hampton, for “trailers.” And it’s all to make some serious cash.
Starting Friday afternoon, the Long Island Rail Road will be running its new express service to the east end of the island.