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Many classes at East Hampton Middle School have swelled in size since school began last month and are nearing 30 students, a number generally regarded by educators as the upper limit. Two classes have more than 30, with 32 eighth graders now squeezed into one section of earth science.
Despite concerns about potential damage to the adjacent dune, Katherine J. Rayner appears likely to win approval to expand her house at 85 West End Road and build a basement underneath it.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals announced Friday that it will allow Mollie Zweig to build a rock revetment to protect her oceanfront house on West End Road
Fred Overton and Dominick Stanzione, the Republican candidates for East Hampton Town Board, took their lead from Deborah Ann Schwartz, a G.O.P. committee member on Oct. 9 as they embarked on an afternoon of door-to-door campaigning in an East Hampton Village neighborhood that could have been used as the backdrop for the opening scene of “Leave It...
Faced with the decidedly loaded question, “Preservation: Have We Gone Too Far?” at a forum last Thursday sponsored by LTV and the East Hampton Historical Society, the candidates for East Hampton Town Board agreed that more needed to be done
Of all the prizes offered, the best may have been the camaraderie as dog-lovers gathered in East Hampton on Saturday for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons 20th annual Stroll to the Sea
Already facing multiple felony charges in Massachusetts, Mikey Russell, a former East Hampton High School basketball star, was charged by East Hampton Village police last week with four additional felonies for allegedly stealing and going shopping with someone else’s credit cards.
With Election 2013 less than a month away, the East Hampton Town Democrats continue to swamp their Republican counterparts in both the amount of money they have raised, and spent
Role in town government has been reinforced with court’s decision