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Peconic Jitney wins a 100-day trial run
A 53-passenger ferry has been leased by Hampton Jitney for a pilot program to begin at the end of June providing transportation between the North and South Forks.

Opponents cite lack of public review for reorganization of town's environmental review

Unpublicized campaign nets 15 in Southampton; who’s next?
Capt. Michael Sarlo, of the East Hampton Town police, with Chief Edward Ecker Jr.
Capt. Michael Sarlo, of the East Hampton Town police, with Chief Edward Ecker Jr., rear, displayed a blood test kit of the type used on driving-while-intoxicated suspects after they are arrested. T.E. McMorrow

Four arrested in fight among up to 40 men
After a night of alleged brawling in Montauk, these four men were led into East Hampton Town Court Monday afternoon, three of them charged with inciting a riot. T.E. McMorrow

No challengers for three trustee incumbents


At the Babinski farm in Wainscott, a new barn, right, sits partially unfinished while the East Hampton Town Board decides whether to issue a construction permit for it, and a neighbor’s lawsuit proceeds. Joanne Pilgrim

The increased use of public beaches and waterways by for-hire guides and instructors has prompted the East Hampton Town Board and the town trustees to begin working on new rules. Jack Graves

New owners call Cohen’s allegations ‘slander’
District lags behind others on English exam