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Carlos R. Aucapina was arraigned on misdemeanor charges of criminal contempt, one of which occurred the morning his estranged wife, Lilia Aucapina, went missing.
Financial filings with the New York State Board of Elections indicate that roughly three-quarters of the money raised by East Hampton Republicans since June has come from businesses and individuals with ties to the town’s airport.
An East Hampton Town rental registry law has been honed and is being readied for a hearing that will provide an opportunity for members of the public to give their opinions on the draft legislation to the town board.
Parents of second-grade Springs School students asked the district to hire teaching assistants for their children’s classrooms at a school board meeting on Oct. 5.
Deer are herbivores that eat just about anything in the woods. A full-grown deer of 100 pounds eats five to nine pounds of vegetation a day. The damage is already obvious and widespread.
While many people who work in the schools were enjoying their final days of summer vacation, Daniel Hartnett, a bilingual social worker at the East Hampton Middle School, spent the first days of September helping immigrant women and children detained at the United States-Mexico border.
Crossroads Music, an instrument shop at Amagansett Square, will close at the end of the year.
With the construction of a wall of sandbags across the downtown Montauk ocean shore pending, the United States Army Corps of Engineers told a judge it is reassessing the area.
A report from the state’s inspector general’s office was critical of several of the Department of Environmental Conservation's enforcement practices as they relate to the commercial fishing industry.
Tenzin Yignyen, a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has taught in the United States for 20 years, returned to the Ross School in East Hampton last week, where he constructed and later dismantled a sand mandala.
The Springs School facilities committee on Monday stopped short of recommending a bond referendum to finance a capital project, as it previously appeared poised to do, and instead introduced suggestions that will cost the school district money without proposing a way to pay for them.
Even as storm-force winds blew across Montauk last week, sending waves high up onto the downtown beach where a line of sandbags covered with excavated sand is slated for construction by the Army Corps of Engineers, project contractors set up shop with a trailer at Montauk’s Kirk Park parking lot.
A contingent hoping to see increased opportunities for affordable housing in East Hampton Town rallied at Town Hall on Tuesday to express support for a proposed project in Wainscott that has been decried by the Wainscott School Board.