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Lifeguards not yet on duty in preseason incident that nearly claimed a life
Proposed changes to the East Hampton Town noise ordinance drew criticism almost across the board at a hearing before the town board
Fred Pharaoh, a member of the Montaukett tribe, was encouraged by a recent decision in the New York State Legislature to recognize the tribe
Former Memory Motel owner charged with evading sales and occupancy taxes
An East Hampton Town permit for Ben Watts’s Shark Attack Sounds party was approved in a split 3-to-2 vote
Take a look at real estate ads and you will notice that the names of certain brokers keep cropping up on the ultra high-priced listings
Here’s the thing: Things happen. We’re all human. We all make mistakes. Yes, even you. Going out to eat is a gamble. It shouldn’t be, but it is.
A 24-year-old East Hampton man who pled guilty last month to 76 charges involving sex with children as young as 8 was sentenced Friday to multiple sentences of 20 years to life in state prison.
At the Springs School, where eighth graders should have spent the week anticipating summer and preparing for graduation, staff and students instead grappled with the death on Saturday of a 14-year-old classmate who was to have graduated tonight.