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In a brief meeting on Friday, the East Hampton Village Board gave notice of three upcoming public hearings, which are scheduled for Nov. 20 at the Emergency Services Building.
While documenting the plight of refugees streaming onto the island of Lesvos as they fled conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, a local photojournalist found it impossible not to do what he could to help.
Zoning code amendments adopted by the East Hampton Village Board in June, which added graduated formulas for lot coverage and maximum floor areas of structures for parcels larger than one acre, caused a number of construction plans to become...
The East Hampton High School class of 1966 is planning a reunion for next year.
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ 25th annual Largest Clam Contest, a popular event that had been scheduled for Oct. 4 but was postponed due to inclement weather, has been rescheduled.
Georgica Pond in East Hampton, which the town trustees have closed to the harvesting of crabs for part of the last two years due to dense blooms of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, was opened to the Atlantic Ocean on Oct. 7.
While many people who work in the schools were enjoying their final days of summer vacation, Daniel Hartnett, a bilingual social worker at the East Hampton Middle School, spent the first days of September helping immigrant women and children detained at the United States-Mexico border.
Anna Pump, who was nationally known for her “Loaves and Fishes Cookbook” and its successors, as well as her Sagaponack gourmet food shop of the same name, was remembered this week after being struck by a truck on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton on Monday.
Nine months after business owners and their representatives expressed displeasure at proposed amendments to the East Hampton Village lighting code, prompting the village board to table them, the board took up the amendments at a work session last Thursday.