News

A fire that started in an alley behind Main Street businesses destroyed the J. Crew building and damaged the back of Rowdy Hall in East Hampton on Friday morning.
The Suffolk County district attorney’s office has subpoenaed documents related to East Hampton Town’s $10.1 million community preservation fund purchase last year of 19 acres called Amagansett Farm
Meetings of the East Hampton Town Trustees are not broadcast on LTV, in contrast to those of the town board, many of the town’s other governing bodies, and the East Hampton Village board and zoning board of appeals.
On Monday, the Springs School Board voted to add a proposition to the May 19 ballot that will ask residents to approve the use of $2 million from a reserve fund for parking and other projects.
This is how scarce elementary school teaching jobs are on Long Island: The Wainscott School District, which plans to hire one teacher, has received more than 1,200 résumés from candidates near and far.
The defense in the rape trial of Jason Lee rested its case Wednesday afternoon after calling only three witnesses, and closing arguments are scheduled for Tuesday.
Aviation coalition seeks injunction to block curfews and trip limits.
According to police, the arrest of Nicholas C. Gray, 27, of Springs ended a crime spree that began on March 25 with the theft of a Jeep parked behind T & B Auto repair in Amagansett, and finished on April 6 with a burglary of a house in Amagansett.
After being without a permanent pastor for nearly two years, Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton officially welcomed its new pastor, the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson Jr., with three days of special events culminating with an installation service on Saturday.