Jefferson Davis Eames, 48, of Springs was arrested by East Hampton Town police on a felony charge of grand larceny while appearing at East Hampton Town Justice Court on separate matters Thursday.
When Eddie Ecker Jr. leads the Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday it will be the first time a husband and wife and their offspring will have been out front.
One of the 20 floats in this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade was presented by Montauk’s St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church.
Students at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center are enhancing their vocabulary and spelling, as well as figuring out new ways to solve problems and work together as a team. They are learning all that while playing one of America’s favorite board games.
Since New Year’s Day, when the East Hampton Town Police Department changed the schedule and squad makeup of its uniformed officers, arrests have skyrocketed by 45.5 percent, according to the weekly logs.
Next week, third through eighth graders in public schools will find fewer questions on their New York State standardized tests. However, the big question for parents still remains: Opt out or opt in?
Whether in Montauk, where I grew up, or in New York City, where I was born and lived for 20-plus years, St. Patrick’s Day never conjured Ireland for me, or much of anything about it.
Sandpebble Builders, which won about $750,750 in damages last year following a jury trial in a suit against the East Hampton School District.
The East Hampton Town Republican Committee was poised to screen its final candidate to run for town board last night, just days after officially endorsing Gerard Larsen for one of the two seats.
Young Leaders says town has let facility become adult gym, not a space for kids.
Nancy Rowan, the owner of the Golden Eagle, and a longtime associate and new business partner, Michael Weisman, are preparing to bring back the art classes, and more, in a spot on North Main Street that they will call Studio 144.
The Southampton Town Police Department will have to wait another month before its new police chief officially takes office.
Don Reese, who for the past half-dozen or so years has headed up East Hampton’s youth football and basketball programs, said during a conversation at The Star Monday that, despite criticisms leveled at him following his fifth-and-sixth-grade team’s recent tournament championship win at the South­ampton Recreation Center, he was not an elitist.