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Family appeals for help following brain injury.
Since starting kindergarten at the John M. Marshall Elementary School in September, Atilla Secim’s English has improved by leaps and bounds.
An amendment that would update East Hampton Village’s lighting code was put on hold at the village board’s meeting on Friday when the executive director of the East Hampton Business Alliance asked, on behalf of the group’s membership, that the hearing remain open.
East Hampton and Southampton Towns acted in concert last Thursday to ban the distribution by retail stores of the thin plastic bags typically used to package purchased items.
Village and town call for more samples and removal of contaminated soil.
The most recent test results from several bodies of water in Montauk were released this week.
A 54-year-old East Hampton man has been indicted on two sex-crime charges involving a minor after allegedly convincing an out-of-state teenager to take and send him nude cellphone photographs of herself.
Christopher Sarlo, a longtime East Hampton High School principal, will serve as the Springs School’s interim principal for the month of January as the district’s principal, Eric Casale, recovers from spinal surgery.
A proposed offshore wind farm to be situated 30 miles east of Montauk is in doubt in the wake of the Long Island Power Authority's decision on Wednesday to reject the proposed installation.
One of the second wave of 20th-century artists who found their way to the South Fork and used the landscape as a chief source of inspiration, Jane Freilicher died on Dec. 9 at home in New York City of complications of pneumonia. She was 90.
The battle over accessory structures and how they can be used continued at an East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals, as a couple sought to legalize renovations to a pool house on their property that left it with an extra bedroom and sitting room in what had been a storage room.
As of Wednesday morning, Henry Sjoman was listed in critical condition and John Veitch in serious condition, according to a Stony Brook University Hospital spokeswoman. They were flown there for treatment on Sunday.
A draft rule to limit overnight parking of commercial vehicles and work trucks on residential lots was laid on the table at East Hampton Town Hall on Tuesday, after a previous attempt at legislation had been sent back to the drawing board.