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When conjuring up an image of a firefighter, a woman does not usually come to mind. The Springs Fire Department defies this stereotype.
The East Hampton School District’s ongoing legal battle with Sandpebble Builders had its day in appellate court.
Fresh trails delight at Amsterdam Beach Preserve
After 17 years roasting and serving coffee from their shop in Sag Harbor, the proprietors of Java Nation were notified that they must vacate their rented premises by Jan. 31.
The Ross School community was rocked by news that three of its top administrators will be leaving.
After more than 42 years in the East Hampton Town Police Department, Lt. Francis Mott will retire from the force on Saturday with the distinction of being the town’s longest serving officer to date.
“I’m at my wits’ end,” said Mary Laspia, a Gould Street neighbor of East Hampton High School, who spoke up during the East Hampton School Board meeting on Dec. 20. She was referring to the noise from the new heating and air-conditioning units on the roof of the school.
In addition to maintaining a hospital and the expensive undertaking of feeding and rehabilitating animals, the Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons is an educational resource.
A brief discussion of data on East Hampton Town’s zoning districts and the space allotted for business here at the last town board meeting of 2011 appears destined for a reprise in the new year.
If the crew aboard the Viking Star on Tuesday has anything to say about it — and you can bet they will — the day they were attacked by an army of black sea bass will not be forgotten.
Two East Hampton women recently spent a week at hospitals outside of Port-au-Prince to help caregivers learn new ways to provide a little T.L.C. not only to others, but to themselves.
East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, are opening up old trails and blazing new ones.
Does Springs need a full-time superintendent at all?