Forming a tiny circle between her forefinger and thumb, Elizabeth Reveiz, who is director of ELL/Bilingual Programs, indicated the size of her department’s budget within the East Hampton School District.
Jameson Ellis crafted his first multi-tool belt buckle 10 years ago after realizing that despite owning an array of Swiss Army knives and Leatherman multi-tools, he never seemed to have what he most needed.
A report to the East Hampton Town Board last week by LTV, the nonprofit cable TV organization that provides public access and government and education programming on Channels 20 and 22 in East Hampton Town, laid to rest questions about how well it was handling its budget, a large portion of which comes from the town.
After saying two years ago that he had abandoned plans for a new swimming pool in the dunes at his oceanfront property on Drew Lane, David Zaslav was back before the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday proposing a major overhaul of his existing pool that looked to some board members almost like an entirely new pool.
Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, of Springs was indicted by a grand jury seated in Riverside on Tuesday. The extent of the charge or charges contained in the sealed indictment will be revealed during his arraignment next month in county court in Riverside.
A jury in Riverside was deadlocked in the trial of Steven Lee, the former manager of the Sagaponack golf course who was accused of unlawful surveillance relating to a cellphone picture of a teenage girl taken from his office.
Students at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center are enhancing their vocabulary and spelling, as well as figuring out new ways to solve problems and work together as a team. They are learning all that while playing one of America’s favorite board games.
Since New Year’s Day, when the East Hampton Town Police Department changed the schedule and squad makeup of its uniformed officers, arrests have skyrocketed by 45.5 percent, according to the weekly logs.