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At about 1 p.m. Thursday, East Hampton Fire Department volunteers responded to a report of a barn on fire off Long Lane in East Hampton.
An ambitious project to protect a six-mile stretch of Atlantic shoreline within the Bridgehampton and Sagaponack Erosion Control Districts would be paid for almost entirely by residents of the two special taxing districts.
Late blight strikes again, leaving fruit to die on vine
Chosen in an election in July, Lance Cpl. Roger King is the youngest to have served as the post’s commander.
Members of the town board requested clarification about a $118,000 bill for legal services.
The family and police continue to believe that Mr. Richardson is alive, and the search continues.
Lee Hnetinka, a 25-year-old Long Island man facing 60 charges in Southampton Town for allegedly renting houses in violation of the town code was arraigned on Friday.
“There’s always a certain level of danger in an aircraft, or a car, or walking down the street,” said the pilot, who prefers to “hand-fly” his plane rather than cruise on auto-pilot.
Anger over airport noise was apparently the motivation for a caller to the airport noise hotline late last week, which prompted representatives of the F.B.I. to visit.