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Many taxi drivers come from out of town, seeking a profitable night’s income they have no hope of realizing elsewhere.
In the wake of Patricia Hope’s surprise resignation one month ago, the East Hampton School Board’s decision about how to fill the vacancy has remained up in the air.
Aboard Leilani, 5:55 Tuesday morning. She and the other sailboats are wrapped in pink gauze, the light fog lifting along with the sun.
A Toyota S.U.V. left on the tracks in Hither Woods was destroyed when it was hit by an eastbound train with nine people aboard.
A Northport man who refused to surrender to police despite being Tasered twice was finally brought down by an officer using a flashlight and a baton, East Hampton Village police reported.
The shark found dead at an Amagansett ocean beach on Tuesday evening has been officially identified as a 2-year-old male great white. Scientists will use its carcass to learn more about the species.
Two construction workers fell 15 feet from a roof in East Hampton Village on Friday morning when the scaffolding shifted, police said, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.
PSEG Long Island has announced a long-range plan for the South Fork that falls short on its details, according to several local officials.
Members of motorcycle clubs from across the East End gathered in East Hampton Town Justice Court to show support for a fellow cyclist, Sidney R. Hughes, 37, of Montauk, who was seriously injured on June 21 when struck by a man charged with drunken driving after the accident.