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Town thinks case has nationwide implications
Morgan McGivern

Durell Godfrey

Water Mill family of three escapes unharmed as major fire breaks out
A burned-out shell was all that remained of the Mercedes that crashed through a fence before slamming into a house on Hayground Road in Water Mill early Sunday morning. The house was badly damaged by fire. Michael Heller

Perelman wants to up Creeks without a battle
Among the improvements the owner of the Creeks proposes as part of his rezoning suggestion are septic modernization and an increased open-space set-aside. Hampton Pix

Lessons for administrators as they shadow students
Mike Luque, left, showed the John M. Marshall Elementary School’s vice principal, Russell Morgan, what life as a fifth grader is like during the Shadow a Student Challenge last month.
Beth Doyle, the principal of the John M. Marshall Elementary School, experienced a day as a first grader last month when she shadowed Juliette Jimenez in Joanne Goerler and Laura Rosner’s class.


The Rev. Denis Brunelle spoke forcefully about the dignity and integrity of all people. Durell Godfrey

Alleged party host arrested in wake of overdose
Jefferson Davis Eames was led into East Hampton Town Justice Court on Friday for his arraignment on multiple charges stemming from alleged under-age parties at his house. T.E. McMorrow


Government officials, including Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, helped officially open the U.S.G.A.'s Southampton office on Friday. Courtesy of County Executive Steve Bellone's office