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An East Hampton Town police officer led Martin Drew into Justice Court on Friday morning. Jackie Pape



Courtesy of the Eastville Community Historical Society
Courtesy of the Eastville Community Historical Society


At Jewish Center of the Hamptons, Joshua Franklin hopes for long tenure
Rabbi Joshua Franklin, who has been working almost nonstop since arriving at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons on May 3, conducted his first High Holy Days services there last night. Durell Godfrey

WordHampton started in a basement; look at it now
Awards are proof that their hard work pays off. From left are Steve Haweeli, the founder and president; Ashley Fresa, a marketing associate; Nicole Castillo, the executive vice president; Marissa Jacobs, an account executive, and Ned Haweeli, an account coordinator. Durell Godfrey

Noise complaints up 133 percent so far this year

December vote expected on long-awaited $17.9 million expansion plan

The railroad trestles over North Main Street and Accabonac Road will be replaced over the next year. Long Island Rail Road officials detailed the plans for the East Hampton Village Board on Friday. Durell Godfrey