When officials of Deepwater Wind presented its plans to the communityon March 9, several commercial fishermen in attendance voiced opposition, fearing a negative impact on their livelihood. That concern resurfaced on Monday night, when the East Hampton Town Trustees heard from several residents.
After saying two years ago that he had abandoned plans for a new swimming pool in the dunes at his oceanfront property on Drew Lane, David Zaslav was back before the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday proposing a major overhaul of his existing pool that looked to some board members almost like an entirely new pool.
East Hampton Town police made six arrests on drunken driving charges in the past week, three of which involved crashes and almost all of which involved elevated levels of intoxication.
The one-car accident was reported at about 5:45 p.m., after the driver tried to pass another vehicle, lost control of his car and hit a tree.
A jury in Riverside was deadlocked in the trial of Steven Lee, the former manager of the Sagaponack golf course who was accused of unlawful surveillance relating to a cellphone picture of a teenage girl taken from his office.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, of Springs was arrested by East Hampton Town police on a felony charge of grand larceny while appearing at East Hampton Town Justice Court on separate matters Thursday.
When Eddie Ecker Jr. leads the Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday it will be the first time a husband and wife and their offspring will have been out front.
Students at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center are enhancing their vocabulary and spelling, as well as figuring out new ways to solve problems and work together as a team. They are learning all that while playing one of America’s favorite board games.


Mark Segal
On a recent Wednesday evening at Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits, more than 30 people crowded around a large, L-shaped table listening to Bryan Tierce, a principal of Oro de Lidia tequila, talk about tequila and mezcal. In front of each participant tiny plastic cups sat on a placemat that identified each libation. Judging from the questions, some were novices, others more experienced, and Mr. Tierce answered with expertise and patience. Cheese, crackers, salsa, guacamole, and chips were abundant.