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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton was filled to capacity for the funeral on Saturday afternoon of Thomas A. Twomey, an East Hampton resident who in some 40 years as an attorney and civic leader had a broad salutary effect on the East End community.
After several attempts to continue operating, Montauk’s only movie theater will close its doors for good on Monday.
Dr. Anthony Knott of the Montauk office of the Meeting House Lane Medical Practice is saying goodbye to the hamlet after 10 years in practice there.
Members of East Hampton Town’s litter and energy sustainability committees supported the town board’s proposed ban on plastic shopping bags at a hearing last week, citing the resources used in their manufacture and the bags’ persistence in the environment.
Antonia Alvarez proudly boasts of a daughter with big dreams for her future. Madison has her sights set on becoming a doctor — specifically, a pediatrician.
Three years after it was destroyed by fire, demolition of the remains of Scoville Hall, owned by the Amagansett Presbyterian Church, has begun.
The state issued an initial finding this week that no further review would be required, but is accepting public comment.
Two partners at the law firm Bainton Lynch, which has offices in East Hampton, Manhattan, Queens, and Garden City, have received professional accolades this month.
When Thomas A. Twomey, a well-known East End lawyer, died of an apparent heart attack at home in East Hampton on Nov. 16, it was during 1 of 10 times since May that East Hampton Village’s paid first responder program had gone unmanned.
Southampton Town police are investigating the cause of an accident on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton Monday morning that involved two cars and a truck, leaving one of the cars engulfed in flames and four people in Southampton Hospital.
Emergency workers in East Hampton Town got some practice Sunday in dealing with a large-scale mass casualty incident during a drill at the Amagansett Farm.
A funeral today in East Hampton for Thomas A. Twomey, a lawyer and community leader who died on Sunday, was attended by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton.
Deepwater One, a proposed offshore wind farm to be located on 256 square miles of federal waters approximately 30 miles east of Montauk, would result in some 300 direct jobs on Long Island throughout its multiyear construction process, according to its developer’s chief executive.