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Second trial, six years after attack, results in conviction for Springs man
Sabas Martinez Suffolk County District Attorney's office

Appraisals differ by $10.5 million for 30-acre Amagansett farmland parcels
The Bistrian family and East Hampton Town have been unable so far to come to terms on a fair price for the preservation of 30 acres of farmland the family owns north of Amagansett. Durell Godfrey

Hayground School students including, from left, Eve Achuthan-Kozar, Rive Weiner, Leslie Samuel, Felicia Franklin, Kodiak Tarrant-Papasadora, and Nico Pontecorvo, with their teacher, Julie Fanelli-Denny, earned recognition for their health-related inventions. Christine Sampson

T.E. McMorrow

Sag Harbor has hole at its heart; investigators have ruled out arson
Smoke billowed from the doors of the Sag Harbor Cinema early Friday morning as firefighters worked to control a blaze that damaged or destroyed six buildings. Michael Heller
Firemen braved frigid temperatures and windy conditions as they fought the fire on Main Street in Sag Harbor on Friday morning. Michael Heller
The East Hampton Fire Department’s tower ladder truck was in one of the most challenging spots, with strong winds blowing water and smoke directly at firefighters. Michael Heller



On Tuesday morning, demolition workers continue to take away the debris after knocking down the Compass building in Sag Harbor. Taylor K. Vecsey

Michael Lynch Crowdrise/Maura Lynch

The Montauk School's High Notes, an all-female extra-curricular choral group, recently took second place in a singing competition sponsored by Cablevision's News 12. Rick White