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An ongoing list of events that are canceled or postponed due to the possible blizzard heading for Long Island.
In a move that could further East Hampton Town’s commitment to reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, a study is under way on the feasibility of creating a local energy network that would generate power here for critical facilities and have the ability to separate from the electrical grid in the event of power outages.
Stuart Vorpahl Jr., a fisherman, historian, former town trustee, secretary of the East Hampton Baymen’s Association, and a descendant of one of East Hampton’s oldest families, died last Thursday at Southampton Hospital.
Amagansett life station may open by June anniversary of Nazi landing.
A unanimous East Hampton School Board awarded tenure on Tuesday night to its elementary school principal, Beth Doyle, who is in her third year as principal at John M. Marshall Elementary School.
Emergency medical service personnel were recognized last week for saving the lives of two people in recent months.
Intruder bypassed cash, looking for something else.
Russell Drumm, a senior writer for The East Hampton Star, who for 33 years wrote about commercial and recreational fishing among a range of subjects large and small, died on Saturday at Southampton Hospital of cancer.
Sean Ludwick, the New York real estate developer accused of vehicular homicide in the death of a Noyac man last summer, reportedly tried to buy a large boat to flee the country.
The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning Friday morning for Long Island in advance of a northeaster that is expected to bring heavy snow and winds to 50 miles per hour over the weekend.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have called it a "world house," according to the Rev. Walter Silva Thompson, the pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton, where a diverse cross section of people from Southampton to Montauk came together to honor Dr. King's legacy.
Plans for future energy generation on the East End to meet growing power needs are on the Long Island Power Authority's agenda, with key decisions to be made this spring, and renewable energy advocates are urging residents to speak out at a LIPA board of trustees meeting on Wednesday.
The East Hampton School District has taken two more steps to support families in the community with limited English proficiency.