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East Hampton Town police made a second arrest involving an alleged under-age party house on Neck Path in Springs, this time of a man they say acted as a bouncer for at least two of the parties there.
In nature, being the first to set up camp – or come out of hibernation – in the spring has its advantages. "The early bird catches the worm" or, in the osprey's case, the fish, but it also comes with risks; small creatures that emerge or return too early can go hungry in a late-winter snowstorm.
March, while it's still uncrowded, is a good month to see seals sunning themselves off Montauk Point.
Most schools on the South Fork will have a delayed opening Wednesday morning due to the icy road conditions expected for the morning commute.
While the East End dodged much of the snow that had been forecasted Tuesday, heavy rain and heavy winds did wreak some havoc. 
With ominous weather expected to descend on the Northeast overnight, officials are gearing up for what Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said will be "a massive storm."
Susan Kinsella, charged with violating the Suffolk County Social Host Law by knowingly allowing a group of Pierson High School students to drink alcohol at a birthday party at her house on Jan. 27, denied the accusation during her arraignment Friday.
Only some students are getting a snow day on Friday, despite a winter storm warning in effect for the East End until 4 p.m.
East Hampton Town police have made a second arrest involving the alleged under-age party house on Neck Path in Springs. At the same time, a bench trial has been scheduled for the owner of the house, Jefferson Davis Eames, on an unrelated charge on March 21.
The November election in East Hampton Town, when seats for East Hampton Town supervisor and at least two town board members will be open for takers, is on the minds of a number of would-be candidates, including some new to town politics.
East Hampton Town followed through this week on its promise to take the fight over local control of the East Hampton Airport all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
Members of an ad hoc committee of East Hampton residents opposed to the East Hampton School Board’s proposal to construct a bus maintenance and refueling depot on Cedar Street were heartened this week by the board’s strong interest in an alternative site.
Water Mill family of three escapes unharmed as major fire breaks out.