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The weather has been exceptionally good for January, the deer herd bigger and the harvest has been low.
A lesson in ‘the power one person has to spark tremendous change’
A new draft of lighting code revisions will be a topic of discussion at a meeting of environmental groups in East Hampton.
Mark Naison, a professor of African-American studies and history at Fordham University, said the Occupy movement had brought the issues of economic inequality that Dr. King had raised to the forefront of political discourse.

Richard D. Threlkeld, a retired network television news reporter, died Friday morning when his Mini Cooper struck a Peterbilt truck hauling propane.
Reconstruction has begun on Sag Harbor’s crumbling 19th-century Bulova watch factory.
The Springs School Board announced at its meeting on Monday night that it plans to adopt a new administrative model for the district.
Disciplinary charges against Larry Penny, East Hampton Town’s longtime director of Natural Resources, were completely dropped by the town board last week.
Yellow tape stretched between the pilings at the commercial dock at the end of Gann Road in East Hampton this week, where a 2004 Subaru plunged into Three Mile Harbor on Jan. 4
John McWhinnie Jr., an art and rare book dealer known for his eclectic and inspired exhibits, both in East Hampton and New York City, died in a snorkeling accident on Friday
East Hampton Town police have released the name of a man who died Wednesday afternoon after driving his car over the edge of the bulkhead at the commercial dock on Gann Road and into the cold water of Three Mile Harbor.
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.