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Christina Lewis Halpern’s nonprofit offers intensive computer training and industry contacts for young men of color.
A dispute between two men at a barbecue at Maidstone Park beach Saturday night ended with an East Hampton Town trustee, Nathaniel H. Miller, in handcuffs, charged by town police with obstructing the breathing of the other man.
A Turkish couple living in Riverhead appeared to have made up the threats in an attempt to ensnare a third person with whom they had a dispute. Emails indicated the attack would be during the month of Ramadan, which began on June 28.
The Amagansett Fire Department’s celebration will start at noon Saturday with activities for all ages including rides, games, music, food, proclamations, presentations, and the awarding of parade participation trophies.
Shock waves went through the East Hampton School Board meeting Tuesday night when it was learned that Patricia Hope, one of the board’s most outspoken members, had resigned.
Jerome Walker Jr. was born at home three months premature. His parents believe that if an ambulance volunteer had not arrived when he did, their only son would never have survived, growing into a healthy, college-bound young man.
The Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust is making plans for a project that will provide what officials say is desperately needed work force housing the Sag Harbor School District.
If the East Hampton Village Board gets its collective wish, the Gardiner home lot at 36 James Lane, a 3.7-acre parcel that was put up for sale by Olney Mairs Gardiner last fall, will be purchased by the Town of East Hampton using the community preservation fund.
East Hampton Town to consider the historic status of a former property of James Brooks and Charlotte Park, painters who moved a cottage from the shore of Fort Pond in Montauk in the 1950s to an 11-acre property on Neck Path in Springs.