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The current board of nine East Hampton Town Trustees has faced serious threats to its autonomy from both nature and residents of oceanfront property
On Oct. 26, East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana dismissed all charges against an Amagansett brother and sister who make their living on the bay.

As the demonstrators of Occupy Wall Street braved the record cold this weekend, Occupy the Hamptons relocated its general assembly to a hallway in the Long Wharf shops in Sag Harbor
Several rounds of cutting are reflected in East Hampton Town’s tentative budget for 2012
Local politicians and some from farther west played to a packed house at the Montauk Fire Department on Sunday at the Concerned Citizens of Montauk’s meet-the-candidates forum.
Republicans make campaign fodder of a Sept. 30 letter from the Office of the State Comptroller.
East Hampton voters have a choice among six candidates for two town board seats when they go to the polls in a week and a half.
Stephen Grossman is taking on Republican incumbent East Hampton Town Justice, Lisa R. Rana, running on the Democratic party line, and offering a decidedly different vision of how the court system should be structured.
Napeague Harbor is the only tidal embayment tributary to the Peconic Estuary that has never had any part of its surface waters closed to shellfishing because of pollution.
The Republican incumbent supervisor, Bill Wilkinson, and his Democratic opponent, Zachary Cohen, crossed swords over a number of issues.
If tears could put out a fire, the Amagansett Presbyterian Church’s Scoville Hall on Meeting House Lane would still be standing.
Six candidates for East Hampton Town Board met with The East Hampton Star’s editorial staff last Thursday.
The old Bulova building on Hampton Street in Sag Harbor has seen better days, and lots of them. But the aged edifice is about to get a new lease on life.