Where to hike with your dog this winter
Share the great outdoors with him or her at these hiking trails that welcome dogs.
Hamptons summer rentals heat up during pandemic
With COVID not yet in the rearview mirror, many people are forgoing travel and locking in houses much earlier, an expert says.
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Finally, almost move-in day at East Hampton Town's first affordable condos
Residents of the town's first affordable housing condominium complex are finally expected to move in this weekend following nearly 15 months of delays tied to air-quality concerns.
Tuskegee Airmen included LIers who paid a price abroad and at home
The "Red Tails" of World War II included a handful of pilots from Long Island who fought, were captured, or died for their country, though they all faced hardships on their home soil, too.
1745 East Hampton house available for $1.995M
The house sits on just under an acre of buildable land, once home to the Riding Club of East Hampton where young Jacqueline Bouvier learned to ride.
LI eateries offering Valentine's Day takeout, dine-in specials
Get a table for two or a creative meal to-go at these spots turning out special meals for the holiday weekend.15 LI spots for a fun outdoor dining experience
Fans of al fresco dining can stretch the season this year by having a meal in a unique and fun setting.LI's best Italian restaurants
Whether you're craving classic lasagna or more nuanced regional specialties, here are the standout spots to consider.
East Hampton's legendary 'White House' sells for $7 million
The 2.98-acre property, meant to resemble a 17th-century French estate, comes with a heated gunite pool with pool house, tennis court and gazebo, among other things.
New Hamptons hot spots are closer to NYC
Home price gains are most striking in the western part of the Hamptons, as the region overall sees a 55% price rise.
Some districts feeling safer, bringing more back in-person
Thousands of Long Island students are returning to a bit of familiarity they haven't experienced since the COVID-19 pandemic struck: more time in school with their peers.
Court sides with property owners who say popular Truck Beach is private
East Hampton officials said they will seek judicial approval to appeal the Appellate Division ruling and explore condemnation of the beach in Amagansett if the appeal is denied.
Hilaria Baldwin revisits cultural heritage issue
"The way I've spoken about myself and my deep connection to two cultures could have been better explained," she conceded in a social-media post Friday.