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    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s 11th-hour veto of a bill that would have smoothed the Montaukett Indian Nation’s path toward state recognition will not be the last word on the tribe’s effort to reclaim its identity,...
    An archaeology festival sponsored by the Montauk Historical Society will be held on the grounds of the Second House Museum on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.     The festival, now in its second year, is held to...
    An active approach to health for older residents will be the subject of a morning forum Saturday, sponsored by the East Hampton Healthcare Foundation. Rethinking Aging will be held at the Emergency Services Building at 1 Cedar...
    The Concerned Citizens of Montauk will hold its annual meeting at the Montauk Firehouse on Saturday at 3 p.m. After a brief meeting, “Beaches or Boulders: Montauk’s Future Shoreline” will be discussed by guest...
    The East Hampton Village Board will host a roundtable discussion on deer management at the Emergency Services Building on Monday at 1 p.m. Representatives from the Village Preservation Society, the Ladies Village Improvement...
    A new police officer was introduced at a brief meeting of the East Hampton Village board on Friday, and the Long Island Power Authority’s application for an excavation permit to upgrade its transmission grid was discussed...
    With more than 8,000 people attending the Montauk Seafood Festival on Saturday and Sunday at the Montauk Marine Basin, you could say it was a hit. Saturday, the busier of the two days, saw up to 5,000 people waiting on long lines...

    Doreen M. Petrillo and Eric Drew of East Hampton were engaged on May 3, the future bride’s birthday, although they first met 26 years ago while working at Gurney’s Inn. At that time, Ms. Petrillo was a spa receptionist...
    Registered East Hampton, Springs, and Wainscott School District voters approved the East Hampton Library’s 2014 budget on Saturday. The vote was 162 to 43 in favor of a $2.1 million budget, representing an increase of $141,...