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The East Hampton Village Board plans to adopt its proposed 2015-16 $20.53 million budget at a meeting on Friday, June 19.
Tuesday’s election in Sag Harbor Village features two races, one for mayor and another for justice.
A spirited re-enactment of the historic events of June 13, 1942, is set for Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the Amagansett Life Saving and Coast Guard Station and nearby on Atlantic Avenue Beach.
In spite of her grief, an Amagansett mother who lost her son to a drug overdose is finding solace, even if fleeting, through helping others in her son’s name.
An era ended last Thursday evening at the Shagwong Tavern in Montauk as Jimmy Hewitt, the longtime owner, turned the keys over to new owners during a farewell party.
The pipe organ that was in the home of the late Charlotte Rogers Smith, a well-known and esteemed Bridgehampton musician, is now making beautiful music in Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
Diane McNally and Tim Miller of East Hampton have announced the engagement of their son, Adam Mamay, to Stephanie Clark.
Hook Pond will not be returned to health unless more than 70 percent of its nitrogen and phosphorus is removed. That was the stark assessment given village officials and residents by a consultant on Saturday.
The director of the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter, Glenn Vickers, on Tuesday told the town board that plans are in progress to revamp the center’s youth programs, but the ideas haven’t won unfettered approval.