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Two East Hampton residents who gathered more than 500 signatures of support for restrictions at the East Hampton Airport to reduce aircraft noise have drafted a list of recommended airport rules for presentation to the public and the town board, and have hired their own prominent law firm to bolster their case.
East Hampton Town’s community housing opportunity fund committee has assessed affordable housing needs here and recommended housing initiatives to the town board on Tuesday after presenting its report.
Thomas A. Twomey, a lawyer, civic leader, and chairman of the East Hampton Library’s board of trustees, died of a heart attack early Sunday morning after collapsing at his house in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods.
The case of the People of the State of New York v. Jason Lee, the former Goldman-Sachs managing director charged with raping an Irish student in in his summer rental house in East Hampton last year, will go to trial in January.
Despite some support, town board heeds widespread criticism of proposed law.
Volunteer firefighters and wildlife rescuers worked together last Thursday to free a trapped deer from a generator pit at Steven Speilberg's house in East Hampton.
The East Hampton High School boys soccer team won its New York State Final Four match Saturday, sailing to a 3-0 victory over Jamesville-DeWitt, and will play for the state Class A championship Sunday.
First East Hampton-based travel hockey team since the 1940s is being formed at the Buckskill Winter Club.
County Road 39 was closed in both directions between Sandy Hollow Road and North Sea Road for about four hours.
Vinnie Grimes is one of the few people who can say he was born in Montauk — not at Southampton Hospital, but at home in the hamlet on Sept. 17, 1928.
At its meeting on Monday the Springs School Board again grappled with increasing enrollment and what the influx of students will likely mean for the coming budget season.
Family seeks to clear legal hurdles for various businesses on 71 acres.
A new nonprofit group, the East Hampton Deer and Tick Management Foundation, would like East Hampton Town to begin a program to reduce the incidence of tick-borne diseases here by treating deer, which are a key host, with a tick-killing pesticide at eight feeding stations in Springs.