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The East Hampton Village Board unanimously voted in favor of a resolution last Thursday urging the town board to adopt a comprehensive aircraft noise-limitation policy.
The Village Preservation Society of East Hampton handed the East Hampton Village Board $100,000 last Thursday, which it had raised to spay deer, a program it had suggested.
What was once a schoolroom for young gentlewomen is now the office of the mayor of East Hampton Village.
A proposed East Hampton Town rental registry drew a number of property owners to the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee’s meeting on Monday, many of them concerned about its potential impact.
Starting this month, South Fork students will have access to a greater array of mental health offerings than ever before.
Last Thursday, Sgt. Paul Fabiano walked out of Sag Harbor Village police headquarters for the final time to a small procession including a bagpiper, fellow officers, and community members.
Firefighters worked for over three hours battling a Bridgehampton house fire believed to have erupted after a lightning strike during a storm in the early morning hours on Sunday.
Three hundred and eighty-five people from both the North and South Forks made plenty of noise last week at an East Hampton Town Board forum on aircraft noise.
Sitting in front of four screens with highly specialized applications like customized GPS mapping and tracking systems, Scott Elley ended his 33-year career by signing off over the townwide paging system during a regularly scheduled radio test on Friday. Watch as he signs off for the last time.