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The teachers of the Montauk School, who have embraced the Common Core, the national education standard for students from kindergarten through 12th grade, seemed to have swayed a large group of parents and some board members to support it.
The Army Corps of Engineers expects to issue a report in early 2016 on a Lake Montauk dredging project that could include rebuilding beaches to the west of the harbor inlet.
A man who allegedly attacked another man with a machete in Springs Monday evening was released from East Hampton Town police custody yesterday after his family posted $5,000 bail.
Services for Tyler Valcich, who died on Monday at the age of 20, will begin on Sunday.
The Springs Fire Department responded a vehicle fire, which turned out to be a camper on fire, on Wednesday morning.
Two Springs men ended up in Stony Brook University Hospital Monday night after a fight on Clinton Street in Springs. Capt. Chris Anderson of the East Hampton Town Police Department said one of the men swung a machete at the other, inflicting "...
East Hampton Village police arrested a New York man Sunday morning after he reportedly left the scene of an accident near Hook Mill.
Robert Dash, a painter, gardener, poet and Star columnist for many years, once said all gardens are autobiographical.
The Medevac helicopter was called in after a motorcycle accident in Montauk on Monday evening.