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The seller may not be willing, but Southampton Town officials are moving forward with a plan to purchase property in Sag Harbor with money from the community preservation fund.
The Springs School District administration has decided that before it chooses to put up four temporary or other modular classrooms by the start of the next school year, as recently recommended by its facilities committee, it must take a number of steps.
Richard Barons, executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society since 2006, will retire in the spring.
The East Hampton School District is considering building a bus depot to the tune of $4.75 million.
A four-acre East Hampton Town-owned waterfront park in Montauk named for the late Carol Morrison, an environmentalist who lived in that hamlet, is ready for public use after a lengthy effort to save it from being sold.
A four-day jury trial in East Hampton Town Justice Court ended on Friday when an 80-year-old Huntington man was found guilty of seven misdemeanor violations of the town zoning code.
E. Virgil Conway, a Montauk native who grew up in one of the original Carl Fisher houses in Upper Shepherd’s Neck and went on to a career of public service, including a key term as chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, died at Southampton Hospital on Oct. 21.
While police stopped short of publicly calling him a suspect, they are looking closely at the estranged husband of a Sagaponack woman who disappeared nearly three weeks ago as the search for her continues.
Late-hour contributions to an aviation-industry political action committee campaigning on behalf of the East Hampton Republican Party's candidates for supervisor and town board have pushed the total 2015 take to more than half a million dollars.
A fire broke out in a basement laundry room in the Center for Well-Being Wednesday night.
Springs, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary, is the last district on the South Fork to integrate paid responders into the volunteer emergency medical system.
Painting materials cause two of the three fires that broke out in the Town of East Hampton this past week.
Retired high school teacher, who taught science at East Hampton High School, has spent the better part of the three years studying ticks, cataloging their relative numbers, and determining their annual cycles.