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There were 11 alcohol-related arrests in East Hampton Town over the past week, mostly over the holiday weekend.
A painted mural on the side of the building by Jen Stark needed town approval, code enforcement department said.
On Sunday, Mary Lee’s dorsal fin broke the surface a few miles off the eastern shore of Virginia at 10:29 a.m., prompting a ping to sail aloft, bounce off a satellite, and report to the OCEARCH organization, whose website transmits the information in very close to real time.
Ed Petrie, the man who gave this town, and Sag Harbor before that, so much to cheer about over his half-century career as a high school boys basketball coach, died on Sunday at Southampton Hospital at the age of 82.
This is part of a series that examines the changing face of East Hampton by following a diverse group of kindergartners from a single class at the John M. Marshall Elementary School through the school year and beyond.
A group of property owners around East Hampton’s Georgica Pond has raised $359,000 for a research project intended to identify the causes of the pond’s recent degradation and toxic algal blooms.
With a model that is part “cause marketing,” part crowdfunding, this East Hampton company’s goal is to connect businesses, nonprofits, and the community at large to accomplish beneficial projects.
The East Hampton Town Trustees were on the receiving end this week of strong words about trash left on East Hampton Village beaches, and in turn resolved to take the matter up with the village.
The water quality of Hook Pond and measures being considered to improve it will be addressed at an open meeting on Saturday at the East Hampton Village Emergency Services Building on Cedar Street.