They are the homes that dreams are made of – 12-foot ceilings, eight bedrooms. Mega mansions are popping up all over the Hamptons. But one resident said “not in my backyard,” so she’s taking her fight to federal court.
Some of the summer people are building barriers to protect their homes from future storms, but they are forcing the water to eat away at public peaches.
It’s a very busy time for business owners in the Hamptons, as they prepare for what is for many their only season – the summer season.
A New Jersey man claims an insomnia cure promoted on “The Dr. Oz Show” left third-degree burns on his feet.
Environmentalists say they threaten the water supply and residents are deeply concerned, as the cars could catch fire or leak chemicals.
Yet another alligator has been found on Long Island, this time in the window well of a home in the Hamptons.
The newspaper reported that his family said Sulzberger died Saturday at his home in Southampton, N.Y., after battling a long illness. He had retired in 1992 after three decades at the paper’s helm, and was succeeded by his son, Arthur Jr.
The 51-year-old placed a hidden video camera inside the dressing room and recorded four women disrobing, police said.
Earlier this year, Keeling Pilaro had been denied permission to compete on an all-girls varsity team on the basis that he was too skilled to play against girls.
He’s been posted to Pretoria, Islamabad, and Paris. But now, Sir Mark Lyall Grant is an Englishman in New York.
A former star on one area NBA team, now a new player on the other, was in a Long Island courtroom Wednesday morning.
If you want chips and beer, you’re going to have to pay for them. Otherwise, prepare to be arrested.
Having a barbecue on a sandbar off Shinnecock Inlet on Long Island didn’t appear to be dangerous, that is until the tide came in.
Southampton police said the 29-year-old man and a woman he was with fell into Mecox Bay when their jet ski overturned around 7 p.m. Sunday.
Jason Kidd mentoring Jeremy Lin was a nice story last week. Then Kidd was arrested on a drunken-driving charge, and Lin’s departure from New York for a “ridiculous contract” in Houston became more realistic.