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The woman was found on the side of the road Alewife Brook Road in East Hampton on Thursday morning.
Just over a month after the merger that rebranded the South Fork’s only hospital Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, the doors opened for one of the most critical new services offered there.
One of the billionaire's classic cars was destroyed when it inexplicably went up in flames while being driven to a storage facility Wednesday morning.
Daniel Bluman, who won Sunday’s Hampton Classic Grand Prix in a three-rider jump-off, was happy to learn at the press conference afterward that he was still welcome to stay at his host’s house, where he has been the past three weeks.
Eighty-four came out for boys soccer, necessitating cuts. The varsity, whose head coach is Don McGovern, and the junior varsity, which is being coached by Mike Vitulli, have divided 60 or so of these hopefuls.
Pages filled with family milestones offer glimpse of Montauketts’ continuity.
The three candidates vying for two seats on the East Hampton Town Board debated a number of issues Monday evening at the East Hampton Library, with a political newcomer who has the party’s backing repeatedly if gently attempting to draw a distinction between himself and the candidate who does not.
Renovations, new start times, new faces greet returning students this week.
The East Hampton Town Trustees and the Georgica Association, a 100-acre private enclave on the west bank of Georgica Pond, have reached a memorandum of understanding that will allow the trustees to traverse the association’s property in order to conduct dredging at the pond’s south end.
Since the notion of reincarnation looms large in India, it might be safe to say that Debra McCall, the director of teacher certification and professional development at the Ross School in East Hampton, could have been Indian in another life.
Joe Vas, the East Hampton School District’s athletic director, announced this week that the school will again field no varsity or junior varsity football teams in the fall.
A crowd some 200 strong, mostly women and most wearing white, gathered under the shade of the elms on East Hampton’s Main Street last Thursday to recreate a march for women’s suffrage that took place here in 1913, four years before women gained the right to vote in New York State.
East Hampton Town police do not yet know the cause of death of a man found floating in Montauk Harbor Friday morning, but "there are no suspicious findings thus far," Capt. Chris Anderson said Tuesday.