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Springs

Beginnings: The first crude houses in Springs - a gem of woods, sparkling water and verdant salt meadows around Accabonac Harbor - are believed to have been built in 1649, a year after the founding of the Town of East Hampton. Tradition has it that the first families were workers from nearby Gardiners Island and squatters from New England who found the soil terrible for farming but the fishing profitable.
Beginnings: The first crude houses in Springs - a gem of woods, sparkling water and verdant salt meadows around Accabonac Harbor - are believed to have been built in 1649, a year after the founding of the Town of East Hampton. Tradition has it that the first families were workers from nearby Gardiners Island and squatters from New England who found the soil terrible for farming but the fishing profitable. « Show less

Top Springs Articles

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  • Matt Johnson- Reporter

    Matt Johnson- Reporter
    Emmy award winning journalist Matt Johnson has covered every major news story in San Diego since launching FOX 5 in 2008. He loves the morning news because he gets to help San Diegans start their day. After graduating from California State University/...
  • Being Paralyzed Was A Lifesaver, Ex-Jockey Says

    Being Paralyzed Was A Lifesaver, Ex-Jockey Says
    Call him "Blessed." Ex-jockey Andrew Lakeman has been down and out, literally. He's a recovering alcoholic, former drug addict -- he did cocaine and tried heroin -- and flirted with Bulimia. He lost his apartment, all his furniture and his car was this...
  • Got the holiday blahs? Try a spa!

    Got the holiday blahs? Try a spa!
    If the shopping, cooking and entertaining of the upcoming holiday season already seem overwhelming, or if you simply want to end the year right, a spa getaway can be the ticket to relaxation and renewal. Here are six suggestions for spa vacations in...
  • Results of Monday's Orlando Fringe Festival lottery

    Results of Monday's Orlando Fringe Festival lottery
    Here are the acts with 2011 Orlando Fringe Festival spots after Monday night's lottery. It all could change though, as acts drop out, acts on the waiting list accept other venues, or additional time slots are created for shorter shows. Bring your own...
  • Holiday Festival Exhibitors

    SPONSORS Coast Radio Coral Springs Medical Center La La Land Northwest Medical Sun Sentinel EXHIBITORS 160 Degrees Actors TV & Film Performing Arts Acts 2 Acres Equestrian Center Addies Clipz ADT Security After Hours Pediatrics...
  • All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed

    All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed
    All New York City public schools are open Wednesday, despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg's declaration of a weather emergency for New York City due to the overnight snow storm. New NYC School Chancellor Cathie Black made the announcement at 5 a.m. and stated...
  • Meet Catherine Bilkey

    Catherine Bilkey is a reporter and problem solver for the CW33 News' Consumer Team. She enjoys hearing about the messy things in your life, and she wants to provide you with some solutions. Whether it's the hazardous pothole in front of your house or...
  • Grand Rapids Makes the List of Best Cities for Moms

    Grand Rapids Makes the List of Best Cities for Moms
    Grand Rapids comes in at number seven on the list of the best cities for moms in the United States, according to The Daily Beast. The study started with the 100 biggest cities in America and then looked at data points like mothers-per-capita, educational...
  • Los Angeles Confidential Magazine

    Editor-in-chief of Los Angeles Confidential Magazine, Sari Tuschman brought accessories inspired by other places such as Aspen, Palm Springs, New York, Hawaii, and St.Barth's. These destination gifts will take your loved ones to their favorite spot...
  • Palm Springs revival has deals for a song (or close to it)

    Palm Springs revival has deals for a song (or close to it)
    The Rat Pack lives again — or at least Palm Springs, once the party pad of Sinatra and the boys, does. The Coachella Valley city, which had devolved into a down-at-the-heels caricature of a Hollywood playground, has reinvented itself: Its retro-...
  • Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies

    Dorothy E. Brunson, radio station owner, dies
    Dorothy E. Brunson, who became the first African-American woman in the nation to own a radio station when she bought WEBB-AM in Baltimore, died Sunday of complications from ovarian cancer at Mercy Medical Center. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 72....