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At the Springs School, where eighth graders should have spent the week anticipating summer and preparing for graduation, staff and students instead grappled with the death on Saturday of a 14-year-old classmate who was to have graduated tonight.
The value of an aerial deer-population survey conducted in East Hampton Town in March, which counted 877 animals in its flyover of the town using infrared cameras, was debated by East Hampton Town Board.
As the Rev. Katrina Foster entered the sanctuary at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett on Sunday afternoon, a joyous applause rained down. With her three-year contract set to expire at month’s end, the congregation had just voted on whether or not to retain Ms. Foster as their pastor.
Recent data suggest that early learning revolves around a child’s exposure to language — the more, and the earlier, the better.
Did you know that in the Town of East Hampton you are only permitted to rent your house out for fewer than 14 days twice in a six-month period? Otherwise it is considered a motel.
After being shut down by town officials last year mid-rave, the annual Shark Attack Sounds party may move to the Montauk Yacht Club on Star Island for a nearly all-night bash on the Fourth of July.
Two parents. Five children under the age of 8. Luminous screens reflect their slack faces back at them.
The U.S. Attorney's Office says owners of 14 7-Elevens used stolen identities to smuggle “dozens of illegal immigrants” into the country, and then employed them at the stores while stealing “substantial portions” of the vulnerable workers’ weekly pay.
An expedition to Greenland to recover bodies from a World War II crash site