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Members of motorcycle clubs from across the East End gathered in East Hampton Town Justice Court to show support for a fellow cyclist, Sidney R. Hughes, 37, of Montauk, who was seriously injured on June 21 when struck by a man charged with drunken driving after the accident.
Attorneys for the C.E.O. of Starbucks have assured the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals that he and his wife will reduce the size of a caretaker’s cottage on their property, as agreed previously, but said last week that they will return with a request to add back what they take away.
The East Hampton Town attorney’s office has given the green light to a legal proposal that will allow the owners of the old East Deck Motel at Ditch Plain, Montauk, to apply to the planning board for its conversion into an elaborate beach club.
A Central Islip man was arrested in Montauk on Friday morning, charged by East Hampton Town police with exposing himself. Five hours later, he allegedly did it again, this time while sporting a blue blazer.
Two people reportedly fell three stories into a basement when scaffolding collapsed at a construction site in Montauk on Wednesday afternoon.
A fire had already ripped through a house on Seven Ponds Road when firefighters were called Tuesday evening.
At an intimate party, money was raised for abused children and Katie Beers discussed her ordeal.
A 17-year-old was helicoptered to Stony Brook University Hospital Sunday evening after falling off a Jet Ski in the waters of North Haven Bay.
The East Hampton club won several blue ribbons across many categories, including floral design, horticulture, and photography.