News

Priorities include housing, 24/7 emergency care


Workers on Newtown Lane, East Hampton, yesterday, part of a water authority project that will continue into the spring. David E. Rattray

Tom Bogdan talked to the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee about Montauk United, a group he formed this summer in response to the chaos that had come to reign in the hamlet. Janis Hewitt


A new majority replaces Republican clerk and longtime attorney
East Hampton Town Trustees who were sworn in on Tuesday included, from left, Jim Grimes, Francis Bock, Bill Taylor, Tyler Armstrong, Pat Mansir, and Rick Drew. Trustee meetings will now be held in Town Hall twice monthly. Morgan McGivern

Katy Graves

A competitor in the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter pool, which hosts both teams and recreational swimmers. Jack Graves

Members of Hamptons Humanity, include, in back from left, Matthew Burke, Sean Sloane, Greg Baum, Cooper Schiavoni, Ej Burke, Mats Grebenstein, and Isabel Peters, along with several leaders from local nonprofit organizations. Not pictured are Jack Brown, Hollie Schleicher, and Sam Anderson, who are also members of Hamptons Humanity. Hamptons Humanity