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Having gained the approval of the Bridgehampton School administration to proceed with making a documentary about the school’s Killer Bees basketball team, Orson and Ben Cummings are in the midst of their first full week of filming.
An East Hampton couple, both 21 years old, are facing felony charges after being arrested in separate incidents occurring within two days of each other. Both spent the holiday weekend in the county jail.
A federal judge has denied a court request that would have temporarily halted the Army Corps of Engineers’ downtown Montauk project, notably citing what he said was the corps's conclusion that it would "not have a significant impact on the environment."
The family-owned fishing boat and its captain and crew, making the last voyage of the season from Montauk Harbor, were almost two miles offshore when the boat began taking on water Saturday evening.
Funeral arrangements for Lilia Aucapina, the Sagaponack woman who had been reported missing last month, have been finalized.
The federal government will not be increasing those benefits in 2016, which will be only the third year since 1975, when Congress adopted annual Social Security increases, that there will be no such adjustment.
A crowd of close to 300 turned out last Thursday night for a much-anticipated hearing before the East Hampton Town Board on a proposed town law establishing a rental registry.
Four oceanfront house lots rather than town park. A different proposal for the East Deck Motel at Ditch Plain in Montauk was before the East Hampton Town Planning Board last week.
Plans for 10 bowling alleys, two boccie courts, a mini golf course, a golf simulator, a game room, three pool tables, and a sports bar and lounge, are in the works.