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Struck by a Jet Ski as a 2-year-old
Eliot Fisher worked as a lifeguard at Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett this summer, the same beach on which he was hit by a Jet Ski piloted by a lifeguard in 2002. Morgan McGivern
The headline read “Town Jet Ski Hits Toddler” in the Aug. 29, 2002, issue of The Star, but 2-year-old Eliot Fisher escaped any major injury.


Zeldin speaks of national security, Throne-Holst of the environment
Lee Zeldin and Anna Throne-Holst Morgan McGivern and Taylor K. Vecsey

The Ladies Village Improvement Society of East Hampton is gearing up for its annual fair on Saturday. Durell Godfrey

Plans are to be made in conjunction with existing coastal planning policies, such as the longstanding and state approved Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan. Durell Godfrey

Water-quality measure on Nov. 8 ballot

A “novel ecotype.”
Left uncultivated after many years of farming, a field on Deerfield Road in Water Mill grew up naturally with native plants. Larry Penny

Researchers in Australia decided to examine persistent claims from chronic lung disease sufferers that they could breathe more easily after a day of surfing
Jonathan Whitestone with a striped bass caught on bunker chunk from White Sands Beach on Napeague. Harvey Bennett

A sport utility vehicle struck a utility pole near Bistrian's Gravel in East Hampton late Tuesday afternoon. Morgan McGivern photos
Springs-Fireplace Road near Bistrian's was closed during the accident investigation.
Angel Tejeda-Lavarreda was led into a police cruiser after his arraignment in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Wednesday.T.E. McMorrow

Joseph R. Dowling EHTPD