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Driver could not be saved after his car sank
Divers from five fire departments, and the East Hampton dive team, joined forces to search for Hasley L. Dickinson, who drove his car into the cold water of Three Mile Harbor on Jan. 4.
Divers from five fire departments, and the East Hampton dive team, joined forces to search for Hasley L. Dickinson, who drove his car into the cold water of Three Mile Harbor on Jan. 4. Morgan McGivern

John McWhinnie Jr., an art and rare book dealer

Morgan McGivern

Women volunteers of Springs discuss adrenaline, camaraderie, acceptance
Ann Glennon, Dawn Green, and Karen Haab are three of the four women firefighters in the Springs Fire Department.
Ann Glennon, Dawn Green, and Karen Haab are three of the four women firefighters in the Springs Fire Department. Heather Dubin

Contractor’s case for disputed fee moves ahead

Fresh trails delight at Amsterdam Beach Preserve
A new trail system winds through Montauk’s Amsterdam Beach Preserve and reaches the Atlantic Ocean in dramatic fashion.
A new trail system winds through Montauk’s Amsterdam Beach Preserve and reaches the Atlantic Ocean in dramatic fashion. Russell Drumm

Shop’s closing seen as front in war between Bohemia and new Hamptons
Andres Bedini and his daughter Aniela, right, in Java Nation, a Sag Harbor coffee roaster he runs with his wife, Cheryl. The shop has lost its lease, and the Bedinis are looking for a new location. Carrie Ann Salvi


Lt. Francis Mott is calling it a career after 42 years on the East Hampton Town force. Carrie Ann Salvi

New heating and cooling units on the roof of East Hampton High School may be rated quiet enough for residential areas, but Gould Street neighbors within earshot brought their noise concerns to the school board on Dec. 20. Morgan McGivern