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Pictured with children kindergarten through fifth grade at Springs are, from left, Andi Pisicano, a Project Most site supervisor at John M. Marshall Elementary School; David Astorr, a member of the board of directors; Tim Bock, an East Hampton town trustee; East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell; Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc; Diane Weinberger and Amanda Mozkowski, co-founders of the Hamptons Marathon; Martha Stotzky, the Project Most site supervisor at Springs; Cleo Panagisoulis, the school’s assistant principal, and the principal, Eric Casale.

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Barn on Amagansett property could be an issue
David E. Rattray

Residents rebuffed at smartphones’ mention

Board would spend $2 million from reserve for parking and traffic changes
A police officer monitored traffic in front of the Springs School yesterday. The Springs School Board wants to increase parking and improve traffic flow. Christine Sampson

Morgan McGivern


Aviation coalition seeks injunction to block curfews and trip limits

Nicholas C. Gray East Hampton Town police