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Much of a piece of pre-gentrified Montauk came tumbling down Friday, as a wrecking crew began demolishing the iconic East Deck Motel.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a masonry worker to fall to his death at an oceanfront construction site in East Hampton Village Tuesday morning.
The federal agency is moving forward on plans to bolster the stone revetment around Montauk Point and to dredge the Lake Montauk inlet, as well as taking steps to reverse and stem the erosion on the Block Island Sound-front beaches to its west.
In a dispute with Sandpebble Builders that dates back to 2006, the East Hampton School District has spent more than $3 million in legal fees, but with a New York State Supreme Court decision last week, the costly dispute appears to finally be nearing its end.
Calls for police assistance over the Memorial Day weekend were up from last year’s, although Chief Michael Sarlo of the East Hampton Town Police Department said the overall tenor and tone in the streets was calmer.
Senior pranks gone too far at East Hampton High School have resulted in about 50 students losing the privilege of attending their senior banquet on June 24, school officials said this week.
A dispute over a tennis court at 127 Main Street, the former Gardiner estate, landed in the court of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.
Fort Pond House is once again open for use after a three-year renovation and restoration of the house and land. Official opening ceremonies will be held there on Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2.
The Clamshell Foundation announced this week that despite the popularity of the show, which drew hundreds of spectators to the shores and waters of Three Mile Harbor, it would not be able to continue its sponsorship.