Britta Lokting is working at The Star as a seasonal reporter for the summer of 2015. She received her master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Originally from Portland, Ore., she moved to the East Coast to attend college and ended up staying.
During Tuesday’s East Hampton School Board meeting, administrators from John M. Marshall Elementary School distributed this annotated map showing new patterns for morning arrival and afternoon dismissal that will be implemented when school starts in September. East Hampton School District
Christine Sampson began contributing to The East Hampton Star in March of 2015. Her work has appeared in a variety of print and digital publications, including Patch.com, The Huffington Post and Newsday. Originally from Levittown, Ms. Sampson recalls with fondness spending summer vacations in Montauk with her family, and she now lives in Noyac.
A hue and cry from Montauk residents earlier about noise, traffic, and rowdy late-night crowds, as well as illegally overcrowded nightspots and share houses, resulted in an increase in enforcement efforts.