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Three schools to the west are dealing with threats on Thursday. While East Hampton police have been made aware of the situations in Southampton and Riverhead, Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo said there are no threats in East Hampton.
At their first meeting of 2015, East Hampton Town Trustees pondered whether to transfer the lease of a tenant at Lazy Point, Amagansett, whose house is threatened by erosion, as well as larger questions about Lazy Point leases.
Neighbors of a new house on Mill Hill Lane showed up at 2015’s first meeting of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals Friday to air some criticism of it.
Stony Brook University Hospital and Southampton Hospital are moving forward with long-awaited plans to merge.
The Breakwater Yacht Club, somewhat of an institution in the Village of Sag Harbor, may have to fight more than wind to keep its sails up.
A long-awaited project to bolster much of the downtown Montauk shoreline could be completed in two phases. The United States Army Corps of Engineers is seeking the East Hampton Town Board’s views on which part of the job to tackle first.
While the country is in the midst of a heated debate about police and community relations, the Springs School participated in a national program Friday to show gratitude for the local police.
A fire that broke out in a Springs house on Tuesday morning could have been much worse had an automatic fire alarm not gone off, fire officials said.
Over 1,000 PSEG Long Island customers in Amagansett lost power on Monday morning. Police received word of a possible transformer fire on Main Street just before 10:30 a.m.