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A community oyster garden will begin with a pilot program this spring in East Hampton's Three Mile Harbor.
The East Hampton school cafeterias resemble test kitchens these days, as parents, teachers, nutrition experts, and administrators have met monthly since September to review new elementary and middle school menus and adjust the food lineup based on student reaction and their own observations.
The family of the late Lilia Esperanza Aucapina will meet with South­ampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman on March 18 to review a report from Town Police Chief Robert Pearce on his department’s handling of the woman’s disappearance and subsequent death last year.
As the Hamptons Marathon prepares to exit Springs for Southampton Village next fall, taking with it tens in thousands of dollars of charitable contributions, Project Most, a key beneficiary since the marathon’s inception nine years ago, is looking for creative solutions to close a hefty gap in funding.
The southern pine borer that has been devastating pitch pine trees in the Central Pine Barrens including in Westhampton and Hampton Bays, leaving pitch pines mere skeletons from Long Island Sound to the Great South Bay next to the ocean.
A fire broke out on Three Mile Harbor-Hog Creek Road on Tuesday morning calling out three fire departments.
A lower-level of the East Hampton Library remained closed to the public a week after an exterior check valve burst, flooding the eastern side of the basement. Damage to books was minimal.
A graveside service for the well-known painter of local landscapes will be held on Wednesday afternoon.
Kunkush, which became separated from its owners on a Greek shore, is reunited with its family with the help of a Springs photographer.
A man was injured when he was run over at a construction site in Bridgehampton Friday morning, according to Southampton Town Police Lt. Susan Ralph.
A spike in drug-related incidents at East Hampton High School this year has spurred officials to organize two forums on the dangers of drugs and addiction.
Steven A. Cohen's offending structure is a six-foot-tall chain link fence with a cedar facade. It was built without site plan approval.
Georgica Pond will only be brought back to health through new approaches to waste management, landscaping practices, and road runoff.