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The top guns of East Hampton Town government appeared Monday before the Montauk Citizens Advisory Committee and a large group of residents to let them know what they are doing to combat the rowdiness that has taken over the hamlet since the Fourth of July weekend.
The Springs Fisherman’s Fair, a tradition that traces its origins back over eight decades, happens on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of Ashawagh Hall.
The Wainscott School District has hired a new teacher, Mark Carlson of Hampton Bays, who was chosen from a pool of about 1,700 applicants for one job.
Five years after her arrival on the South Fork, the Rev. Dr. Katrina Foster, pastor of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett and Incarnation Lutheran Church in Bridgehampton, has heeded a call to take on a new charge.
After a Wednesday raid, East Hampton Town officials alleged that the Hampton Country Day Camp stuffed 25 counselors into a legally four-bedroom house amid squalid conditions.
A 17-year-old who was seriously injured when his car turned over on North Haven was allegedly driving recklessly and without a license in the early morning hours on Sunday.
Chess in the Schools was established in 1986, and since then has involved more than half a million children in its various instructional programs and tournaments.
Two issues related to the reinforced dune to be built by the Army Corps of Engineers along the downtown Montauk beach appeared to have been resolved this week after discussions
The Montauk Chamber of Commerce has released a short video highlighting the traditional pleasures of the hamlet, even as party-hearty summer hordes continue to provide fodder for tabloid.
Whether a 7-Eleven, or anything else for that matter, opens in the former Villa Prince Ristorante in Amagansett is off the table, and on the back burner, after a hearing in front of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals Tuesday.
Village representatives defend their work to maintain state of the beaches.
In a move that has drawn criticism from the community, the Springs School Board has appointed a new district clerk, choosing a different staff member over an employee who had served for 13 years in that capacity.
Jazz for Jennings honored both Peter Jennings and his commitment to the Bridgehampton Child Care Center, while raising $200,000.