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Reason for optimism despite virulent algal blooms here in recent years
Initial efforts to improve Georgica Pond’s ecological health are promising, Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University told the East Hampton Town Trustees on Monday. David E. Rattray

Of jetties, beaches, and the Army Corps
A view of Soundview Drive and Captain Kidd's Path from the water David E. Rattray

From Retreat to speech therapy, towns, nonprofits look ahead with anxiety
Loretta Davis, the Retreat's executive director, said the Retreat stands to lose about $1 million if President Trump's budget cuts are approved. Durell Godfrey

Increased school aid and free tuition in budget

Middle schoolers to go device-free in East Hampton

The sandbag wall on Montauk’s downtown beach will be repaired and covered with sand by contractors for the Army Corps of Engineers one more time. David E. Rattray

Robert A. Flink, a court-appointed referee, and Valerie Deroch, representing the bank involved, auctioned off the financially distressed property at the end of Mulford Lane in Amagansett Tuesday. T.E. McMorrow
The house at 153 Mulford Lane is at risk for falling into the water. T.E. McMorrow

Debra Winter


Cantor Debra Stein is among the members of East Hampton Clericus distributing buttons bearing the message “Love Thy Neighbor.” Durell Godfrey
Matthew Charron