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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.
Sag Harbor officials are planning a session to fully explain proposed zoning code revisions meant to curtail overdevelopment in the village.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell laid out a comprehensive agenda for 2016 at the town board’s annual organizational meeting.
Matthew Rojano, a Sagaponack man arrested by Southampton Town police in October on multiple drug possession charges, pleaded guilty Nov. 13 in State Supreme Court in Riverside to a single count of attempted possession of a controlled substance, a felony.
Just as the two-hour limits in the Reutershan and Barns Schenck municipal parking lots in East Hampton Village were lifted from Monday through Thursday, available parking on Newtown Lane became a little less abundant as the Suffolk County Water Authority began a water main replacement project.