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Town embarks on a sweeping study of hamlets
Residents of Amagansett and Wainscott were invited to identify areas of concern to consultants conducting hamlet studies at Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. Christopher Walsh

Friends of Long Pond oversee 1,100 acres, want more
Neither snow, nor rain, nor anything else will keep Dai Dayton, left, and Sandra Ferguson of the Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt from enjoying the open space they have worked to protect. Morgan McGivern

Winter northeasters expose septic, drainage systems, and threaten bathhouse
Two northeasters this winter have eroded the ocean dune at the Georgica Association in Wainscott. Doug Kuntz
Morgan McGivern

Entrepreneur will take on rental red tape

‘Yes’ is near for bowling, sports bar, indoor bocce
Ten lanes for bowling, a sports bar, indoor bocce courts, and an 18-hole miniature golf course are among the amenities planned for a new recreation center in Wainscott. Ernest Schieferstein

Melvin Smith held without bail after being caught repeatedly selling Oxy
T.E. McMorrow

Janis Hewitt


Tim Ferriss, who grew up in Springs, is funding school projects across Long Island as part of a philanthropic effort dubbed #BestSchoolDay. Courtesey Tim Ferriss

Claire Kunzeman is one of the youngest students to have enrolled in the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, a comedy school in New York City. Christine Sampson