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John W. Templeman pleaded guilty Monday in East Hampton Town Justice Court to six charges stemming from allegedly rolling over a house he owns in Montauk for excessive short-term rentals, and has canceled all remaining bookings for the year, the town said.
The 39th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show hosted the Long Island Horse Show Series for Riders with Disabilities on Monday.
The East Hampton School Board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday to go over its goals for the coming school year. Replacing Patricia Hope, who resigned from the board this summer, is not on the agenda.
Before the jumpers took over the Grand Prix ring at the Atlantic Opening Day at the 39th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show in Bridgehampton, the smallest of riders were the main attraction.
The 39th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show in Bridgehampton, a week of equestrian, social, and commercial activities, will gallop to a start on Sunday.
Jason Lee, a former managing director at Goldman Sachs charged with raping a 20-year-old Irish student last summer, apparently has just weeks to make the most important decision of his life.
A Queens man allegedly fell asleep behind the wheel after he had been drinking and crashed his minivan into a tree in East Hampton Village on Sunday.
The woman who would be president? BookHampton, and 1,000 ticketholders, were “ready for Hillary” on Saturday, when Mrs. Clinton visited the East Hampton store to sign copies of her book “Hard Choices.”
John Ryan, who already has one rock revetment on his property, is asking for a second one facing the ocean beach.
Following last year’s sharp decline in test scores, local school administrators had spent recent weeks on tenterhooks, anxiously awaiting the annual release of this year’s scores.
Multiple causes and conditions are responsible for the poor health of Georgica Pond, and multiple measures must be taken to improve water quality there.
East Hampton residents are gearing up for a meeting Tuesday with officials of PSEG Long Island, the town’s electrical utility.
A new law requiring East Hampton Town property owners who want to rent out their dwellings to register with the town is under discussion by the town board.