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Driver’s license revoked by administrative judge two years after fatal accident.
The long-held plan to improve traffic safety at the intersection of Buell Lane, Route 114, and Toilsome Lane in East Hampton Village took a large step closer to fruition on Monday.
The four occupants of a Ford compact car were taken to Southampton Hospital Monday afternoon after an accident that resulted in the vehicle rolling over at the intersection of Montauk Highway and Sagg Main Street.
For many in costume, the parade in Sag Harbor on Sunday was a first chance to try out this year's Halloween get-up in advance of the big day Friday.
While the first cases of Ebola in the United States have sparked nationwide concern, the overwhelming message here on the South Fork is that health care providers are prepared to handle patients with Ebola-like symptoms.
A Montauk couple playing the New York Lottery’s Break the Bank scratch-off game last week did just that when they purchased a $1 million winning ticket from a vending machine at Montauk Wine and Liquors.
A road map for tackling issues of water quality in East Hampton Town, and the inadequate wastewater treatment and disposal that underpins them, was sketched out last week.
The East Hampton Town Board, which is pondering a law that would require homeowners to register with the town before renting their houses, got an earful at an initial discussion of the idea.
A dispute over two proposed affordable housing developments in the Wainscott School District has escalated in recent weeks, with the Wainscott School Board, the East Hampton Town housing director, and the president of a nonprofit organization that has developed low-income housing here at odds.
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