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The East Hampton Star will spend the school year embedded in Kristin Tulp’s kindergarten class at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, watching how the year takes shape for her young students.
The fire probably began after a large tree branch fell on a primary electrical wire, taking it down. Power lines ran about 10 feet from the barn.
One man fell out of a window on the second floor and onto another man at a work site on North Haven.
The driver of a Volkswagen Beetle that slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer on Friday evening was not injured.
Improved water-quality test results at Northwest Creek prompt state to open long-closed waterway at the end of the year.
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of a man who police said broke into Nichol's restaurant in East Hampton Village and LaFondita in Amagansett over Labor Day weekend and stole about $20,000.
The People’s Climate March, a mass gathering in New York City Sunday aimed at compelling governments and the United Nations to take dramatic action to address climate change, drew more than 300,000 demonstrators, including some from East Hampton.
Town trustees concerned that poaching may be on the rise, seek help.
Three East Hampton men were rescued from Gardiner’s Bay Monday night after a search that began with a 911 call for help when their rowboat began taking on water.