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Richard Hendrickson, a volunteer with the National Weather Service’s Cooperative Observer Program since he was a teenager, continued to take measurements and readings at his backyard weather station on Lumber Lane until early last year.
East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo announced on Tuesday during a town board meeting at the Montauk Firehouse that Sgt. Joe Kearney will take on the job.
I have been curious about gluten-free pastas for quite a while, so I conducted a completely scientific taste test in my meticulously organized, pristine kitchen lab. Hah!
Ross School seniors face what many of them consider a daunting but exciting responsibility: the senior project, on a subject of their own choosing.
Richard G. Hendrickson, who reported weather observations from his Bridgehampton home since 1930, died on Saturday at the Westhampton Care Center at the age of 103.
A part-time butler for Ronald Perelman was arrested on Thursday after allegedly racking up over $9,000 on American Express cards issued to other employees of the Creeks, the billionaire's East Hampton estate.
Southampton Town police said the driver a sport utility vehicle was killed, likely because of the icy road conditions Friday morning.
The East Hampton Clericus’s annual series of soup dinners begins Wednesday, offering a healthy helping of community, camaraderie, and volunteerism along with the good eats.
While an organizational meeting followed the swearing-in ceremony, Mr. Schneiderman postponed a number of important appointments, deciding to wait until after a special election later this month to fill an unexpected vacancy on the town board.