The F.B.I. arrested Ana P. Leon at this house on Sycamore Drive in Springs on Tuesday.
Students raised their pinwheels in the air at the John M. Marshall Elementary School field on Friday to celebrate the International Day of Peace
The school's music teacher, Gregory Butler, led teachers and students as they sang songs about peace.Carissa Katz
The wind cooperated nicely for the Pinwheels for Peace celebration on Friday.Christine Sampson
Dems cite progress while Repubs lament delays
Members of the East Hampton Town Board and candidates for their seats participated in a debate hosted by The Star and the East Hampton Group for Good Government on Saturday.
Needed help 26 percent of the time in year past
Ordinance inspector alleges illegal Montauk rental
Denise and Richard Klein walked toward East Hampton Town Justice Court on Aug. 31 for his arraignment on two housing code violations.
East Hampton Town Code Enforcement officer Donald Kauth arrived at the Klein house on Aug. 25 to serve him with an appearence ticket for alleged illegal rentals of the house.Doug Kuntz
Engineering projects, sediment removal are recommended for village ponds
A consultant has given East Hampton Village recommendations for projects to improve Hook and Town Ponds’ water quality.
David E. Rattray
That Swims’ When Promised Land was rich with menhaden
Bruce Collins spoke on Saturday at the East Hampton Library about the area’s maritime history, including when Gardiner’s Bay was staked out in a warren of private oyster beds.
Members favor bringing kindergartners and first graders back into building
Roger Smith, a principal with BBS Architects and Engineers, assisted Pamela Bicket, a member of the Springs School facilities committee, and several others as they completed a questionnaire about the school building's needs on Sept. 16.
Perry Duryea III received a painting of himself from Paul Davis, right, at a Fighting Chance lunch in Montauk on Friday.