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The East Hampton Village Board grappled last Thursday with how to implement a proposed restriction on the use of gas-powered leaf blowers, and approved a draft of a law prohibiting storeowners from keeping their doors open when a cooling system is...
The book is called “We Band of Angels,” by Elizabeth Norman, and as Patricia DelGiorno begins to read aloud from it, she pauses, then apologizes when her voice catches.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Armistice Day, which evolved into Veterans Day. Armistice Day remembered the anniversary of the peace treaty with Germany that ended World War I on Nov. 11, 1918. It’s hard to think of a...
The lawsuit filed by Jerry Larsen, a former East Hampton Village police chief, against Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr., Richard Lawler, a village trustee, and the village in general was dismissed by a federal judge on Sept. 24 on the basis of the...
WLNG 92.1 FM, the quirky Sag Harbor radio station that became famous for its reverb sound and oldies music, its stubborn defiance of consultants’ bleak view of its unique format, and for surviving a battering from Hurricane Sandy to keep airing live...
The Parrish Art Museum has changed up its permanent collection galleries and is in a mood to celebrate this weekend. Its new exhibition, “Every Picture Tells a Story,” opens to the public on Sunday with a free community day at the museum from noon...
A crowd estimated at over 600, including leaders and congregants of just about every synagogue and church on the South Fork, filled the Jewish Center of the Hamptons last Thursday night for a vigil memorializing the 11 victims of the Oct. 27...
The Star is putting together its holiday calendar so that readers have a list of all of the holiday happenings in one place. The special pull-out section can be found in our Nov. 22 issue.
Pierson High School will host an educational class to combat drug overdoses in the community Thursday night.
It is time again for a covered-dish supper at the Wainscott Chapel, hosted by the Wainscott Sewing Society, on Friday, Nov. 9, at 6 p.m.
A crowd estimated at over 600, representing leaders and congregants of just about every synagogue and church on the South Fork, filled the Jewish Center of the Hamptons Thursday night for a vigil memorializing the 11 victims of last week's massacre...
Strategies for protecting the health of the East End’s drinking water supply, among them replacing outdated septic systems, reducing the use of pesticides, and increasing land preservation, were presented Tuesday, at a forum hosted by the Accabonac...
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