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Emergency medical personnel in Springs did not know what had come of a patient who was thrown from a motorcycle and gravely injured last year until he walked into the firehouse out of the blue.
While it is not unusual for a restaurant to open and close in a single summer, the end usually comes after Labor Day. For Deckers Bar and Grill in Sag Harbor, however, closing day has come early.
The Bridgehampton School District has directed its architect to draw up a proposal for an expansion to the school building.
East End citizen activists focused on the problem of aircraft noise are keying in to a new online plane-tracking system that provides real-time information about planes overhead and allows complaints to be lodged about aircraft noise.
New rules limiting the size of houses that can be built on different-size properties in East Hampton Town are under discussion following a tightening of house-size rules in East Hampton Village last year and a recent discussion of similar issues in Sag Harbor resulting in a law setting house-size limits in the village for the first time.
Riding the hot bats of their catcher, Phil Capra, and their first baseman, Rob Vani, the Montauk Mustangs evened the count in Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League's championship series, defeating the top-seeded Westhampton Aviators Wednesday.
Officials gathered Monday morning to discuss a plan to install lighted crosswalks at four locations, two in Amagansett and two in Montauk.
David E. Eagan was barred from practicing law for two years as punishment for failing to file proper New York State tax returns for 2010.
Spurred on by a desire to win the franchise's first-ever Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League championship, the Montauk Mustangs swept the North Ospreys this past weekend, 13-4 and 10-7.