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Baker House in Amagansett and Wainscott Post Office to remain residential
A request to change the zoning of the Wainscott Post Office property from residential to central business appears not to have gained the support of the East Hampton Town Board. Durell Godfrey

Injury left Adam Kelinson facedown in Montauk surf
Surfers came together on June 1 at Ditch Plain in Montauk when Adam Kelinson of Amagansett was struck by his stand-up paddleboard. Russell Drumm

Reduce, reuse, recycle East Hampton says

A 2010 surplus; 2011 mortgage tax revenue on track

Ray Gualtieri, the superintendent of the East Hampton schools, will take a job in Pennsylvania at the end of July. Morgan McGivern

Unearthed grenade sends bomb squad to Gansett
When a hand grenade was found by landscapers at an Amagansett house on Tuesday, the Suffolk police bomb squad responded. Above, an officer unloaded the squad’s bomb-disposal robot. County Officer Paul Carpenito, above right, had help getting into a protective suit. After a hole was dug, the grenade was detonated. Jon Rosen Photos

After many snags, town and county seal the deal
Tony Duke, who founded Boys Harbor in 1937, with Alan Sosne, an attorney for the Boys and Girls Harbor organization, when the East Hampton camp property was sold to East Hampton Town and Suffolk County last week.