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Members of East Hampton Town’s Civil Service Employees Association union are to vote today on ratification of a proposed contract with the town
If tears could put out a fire, the Amagansett Presbyterian Church’s Scoville Hall on Meeting House Lane would still be standing.
Test scores for the East Hampton Middle School were higher than New York State’s scores, and generally in line with or above other local districts.
Suffolk County Legislator candidates, Republican Cornelius Kelly and incumbent Democrat and Independence Party member Jay Schneiderman, took the stage on Monday night.
The old Bulova building on Hampton Street in Sag Harbor has seen better days, and lots of them. But the aged edifice is about to get a new lease on life.
Six candidates for East Hampton Town Board met with The East Hampton Star’s editorial staff last Thursday.
The current lease will see the theater through its 2012 season next summer, but after that the organization will be searching for a new spot.
    Four days before voters in the Amagansett Fire District approved the $2.8 million purchase of a two-acre parcel next door to the firehouse, the site of the former Pacific East restaurant, some residents learned that it had been sold by court order in May for $500,000.

A longstanding debate about whether East Hampton Town should accept F.A.A. grants for its airport got an infusion of information on Tuesday.