Shauna Stonemetz, the granddaughter of Glen Stonemetz Jr., who served as the Village of East Hampton’s chief of police from 1977 to 2000, was honored in a ceremony to mark her hiring as a public safety dispatcher.
Grappling with how to balance increased need for emergency medical services with the costs, the Springs Board of Fire Commissioners is seriously considering a paid program to supplement its volunteer ambulance crew.
An inspector’s sworn statement alleged that the house at 14 Hoover Court was rented by a group of eight people for several days around Aug. 11; the town code allows the rental or use of a property by no more than four unrelated people.
The Springs School facilities committee appears poised to recommend a multimillion-dollar bond referendum to pay for more portable classrooms or permanent classrooms, a new gym, and a science, technology, and arts laboratory, along with numerous infrastructure repairs.
Perry Duryea III was thanked by the Fighting Chance cancer organization and presented with a portrait of himself painted by Paul Davis, a well-known artist and friend of Fighting Chance’s founder, Duncan Darrow.
Lester Forbell, known as Zeke to most, is generous with his friends and family, particularly with his automotive skills. “If anybody has car problems, he’s there to help people out,” Jamie Bennett, the mother of his two...
A young couple who bought a house on Queens Lane in East Hampton wound up losing hard-earned money and being evicted in February when the Suffolk County sheriff’s office showed up at the door.
“I was seven months pregnant. There was two...