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Polynesian-inspired sailing catamaran was work of many hands, many hearts.
East, a magazine designed to reflect the best of the South Fork and published by The East Hampton Star, will appear four times in 2016, with additional issues in July, August, and November.
A Montauk man who boasted in a recent Vanity Fair article about being above the law in East Hampton Town found himself face to face with it on Monday, when he was arrested and charged with driving while high on drugs, unlicensed driving, and multiple moving violations.
A fire broke out in a building near the Downs Family Recreational Park on Flying Point Road in Water Mill on Monday evening, calling out firefighters from several surrounding districts.
A woman was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hosptial Saturday with serious injuries after the car she was a passenger in drove off the road and into the woods on North Haven.
An East Hampton Town fire marshal’s office investigation into a complaint of overcrowding at the Inn at East Hampton uncovered 61 violations related to New York State Fire Prevention and Building Code, but concluded that “the original complaint of overcrowding at the 20-unit motel was unfounded.”
After a successful fund-raising campaign, the July 16 fireworks display will go on for at least one more summer over Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton.
Long gone are the days of school computer labs featuring boxy machines with monochrome green type and simplistic dot-matrix printers.
The case of a man accused by the Town of East Hampton of illegally converting a single-family house at 5 Hoover Court in Montauk into a multiple-dwelling residence is headed to a jury trial.