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In what is said to be the largest global human rights event in history, the Women’s March on Washington and its international arm had hundreds of marches planned across 50 countries and dozens of sister marches in cities large and small across the United States on Saturday.
A career criminal already behind bars has now been charged with six more felony counts after an investigation by Southampton Town detectives into a string of burglaries between March and May.
Early in the fall, when fourth graders at the Springs School were brainstorming ideas for their annual opera, which they would conceive, write, and ultimately perform next week, they had to look no farther than the end of School Street.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that almost everyone on the East End knows Eddie Ecker, but now those from other parts of Long Island who flock to Montauk for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will get to know him too.
Between Bridgehampton and Montauk, there is a food pantry in each of the seven hamlets that provides food to hundreds of local residents.
Town supervisor says he will not seek a third term.
The owners of a 2,529-square-foot vacation house on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett, which is on a lot identified by the East Hampton Town Planning Department as “pristine dune land,” sought a permit Tuesday before the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals to add another 1,464 square feet plus decking.
Peter Hermann and Mariska Hargitay, who met on the television series “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit,” need variances to legalize a treehouse, playing court, and swing set.
The East Hampton Town Planning Board discussed two proposed power storage facilities, one in Montauk, the other in East Hampton, which would contain giant lithium ion batteries, at its first meeting of the year on Jan. 11.
The Sag Harbor Village Board brought its code in line with a state law on hunting last week, authorizing bowhunting on private property with the owner’s permission.
A 16-year-old East Hampton High School student turned himself in this week after East Hampton Town detectives left a note at his Springs residence.
After failing sobriety tests and being told he was to be arrested, police said, he resisted, hanging on to the rear of the car while an officer tried to handcuff him.
Two separate groups of teenagers, 15 youths altogether, were arrested on Monday and charged with trespassing in the old Camp Hero radar tower at Montauk Point.