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As East Hampton waits for a report from the Army Corps of Engineers on potential beach restoration projects for downtown Montauk, the question of what to do about the beach at Ditch Plain, where erosion last winter and spring wore the surface down to rock, has taken center stage
Numeracy and coding classes offer middle schoolers new approach to math
East Hampton Democrats continued to lead in the fund-raising race in the lead-up to the town election on Tuesday, although Republicans have closed the gap in current fund-raising efforts.
The truth is, the agent’s pie is split into many pieces. Again, let’s make the supposition that, as is usually the case, the listing agent is not also the selling agent. Thus both brokers have to split the commission.

<p>There are 18 candidates for nine seats on the East Hampton Town Trustees, which own much of the town&rsquo;s harbor and bay bottomland on behalf of the public.</p>
A giant spider that took a family to propel down the street may have been the biggest standout at Sag Harbor's annual Ragamuffin parade on Sunday, but there was no shortage of impressive costumes.
A 35-year-old man who told police he had been addicted to heroin for two years, was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday on charges of having burglarized 14 houses in East Hampton.
East Hampton Town will ask the Army Corps of Engineers to examine the use of sand-filled geotextile tubes in addition to the options that the Corps had presented last month
The Amagansett Fire District will follow the lead of Montauk’s district by hiring a paid advanced life support provider to assist in responding to ambulance calls