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A proposed ban on alcoholic beverages at Indian Wells and Atlantic Avenue Beaches in Amagansett remains an irritant among the East Hampton Town Trustees
Two incumbents, an activist, and former clerk running for two seats on board
A sport utility vehicle rolled over on the Napeague stretch, west of the Lobster Roll, in Amagansett on Wednesday afternoon, leaving the driver with a reported head injury.
Police are issuing warnings after at least two East Hampton residents received calls last week from someone claiming to be an Internal Revenue Service agent and threatening to seize their property or have them arrested if they didn't pay alleged back taxes. One is out more than $1,000.
A recently digitized collection of some 30 photographs made available by the Library of Congress provides a glimpse of the war veterans at Montauk. In them, the future president stands out from the crowd.
Officer Julio Mario Galeano, an East Hampton Village police officer who allegedly used a house on Talmage Lane for a romantic encounter with a female member of the department without the permission of the house’s owner, will resign from the department effective Aug. 2.
The Republican primary on June 24 pits Lee Zeldin, a two-term state senator from Shirley, against George Demos, an attorney formerly with the Securities and Exchange Commission who lives in Stony Brook.
The board announced a decision to retain Frazer and Feldman, a Garden City law firm that works with several school districts, as East Hampton’s general, labor, and special education counsel for a one-year term beginning July 1.
East Hampton Town officials found several building code violations around the pool of a Route 114 house where a boy drowned on Sunday.