Mary Bromley is always on call. Two phones were at the ready, her mobile phone and a landline, during a recent interview should any patients, or the police, need to reach her.
Marvin William LaMoore, who was a member of the East Hampton Village Police Department for 20 years, including a period as its interim chief, died at home in Sarasota, Fla., on March 16 of a heart attack.
A Sag Harbor firefighter was flown to Stony Brook University Hospital Thursday afternoon after falling about 10 feet while on a call at the Sag Harbor Gym.
Fred W. Thiele Jr. stepped down Monday from his post as the Sag Harbor Village attorney, just days after Rich Warren, a longtime village consultant, gave notice that he will leave at the end of the 2015-16 fiscal year in May.
In a little more than two weeks, an organic chicken sandwich was covered in fuzzy, bluish mold, while ones from the East Hampton Middle School cafeteria and McDonald's appear almost exactly as they did when Tycho Burwell first brought them home.
The East Hampton Village Design Review Board ruled on Wednesday that a silver sculpture situated outside the new Mannix Studio of Art on Gingerbread Lane must be removed.
An 83-year-old woman took her own life inside her North Haven house on Monday.
The moribund East Deck Motel will be demolished over the next few weeks, along with its septic system and outdoor pool, as plans for four oceanfront house lots there move forward.
Not every school has teachers trained to help those with dyslexia, and it is not a separate option on a student’s individualized education program, or I.E.P., which outlines a set of specific services to help those with special needs.