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Sharks and pirates usually conjure up images of the open seas — unless you’re in the Hamptons real estate business.
Since the news spread that the popular music teacher was retiring after 37 years, Mr. Urban has been getting lots of hugs and gifts.
A grievance against East Hampton Town filed on behalf of union members who work in the town Highway Department alleges that the highway superintendent’s hiring of two temporary workers is a contract violation.
     A wave of shock rolled through Montauk last weekend as the news spread that David Hartstein, a resident and a chiropractor with offices in East Hampton and Montauk, had died.
Authorities suspect Woodbine Drive blaze started in kitchen. No one was home at the time.
Members of the Amagansett Beach Safety Advisory Committee, which was formed last year after a drowning at an unprotected beach in that hamlet, discussed their efforts at a recent East Hampton Town Board meeting.
At a work session on Tuesday night, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals reached a compromise with a family that wanted to keep a deck and pergola.
There was both celebration and controversy at the Springs School Board meeting on Monday night
The village zoning board of appeals discussed the East Hampton Library’s expansion for the first time since the State Supreme Court overruled the board’s 2010 denial of a special permit.