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Accompanying 233 juniors from East Hampton High School, Michael Sarlo, the chief of police in East Hampton, returned to the site where almost 16 years ago he arrived with other police officers from the East End to help with the devastation of Sept. 11, which killed almost 3,000 people.
Over the last 20 years, the Springs School has accomplished what mainstream opera — in its 400 or so years of history — has been unable to do: engage a young audience.
The indictment of Kody Knudsen of Springs was unsealed yesterday in the county courtroom of Justice Martin I. Efman in Riverside.
Less than 24 hours after arriving home from the county jail, where he had served time for drunken driving, Christopher Stuart Taylor of East Hampton, 45, was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on the same charge, a felony this time, by the same judge who had sent him away in November, Justice Lisa R. Rana.
“Every now and again we have a special day where a village employee is going to be recognized. That’s going to happen today,” Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. said at a brief East Hampton Village Board meeting on Friday.
Should your travels take you south of Montauk Highway, you no longer have to worry about detouring around the Sagg Bridge.
Seventy-three East Hampton High School students were recognized at the school last week for outstanding achievement in Spanish, French, and Latin, under the umbrella of the World Languages Honor Society.
A Hampton Bays man working at a construction site on Cranberry Hole Road told police on May 12 that back in February he had lent some tools to a co-worker, but never got them back.
George Michael Funk, a custom builder and retail business owner who lived in Montauk for nearly 20 years, died at home in Vero Beach, Fla., on May 5.
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
Dina Merrill, the actress and philanthropist whose own life story was at least as engaging as those of the women she portrayed in more than 25 Hollywood films, died on Monday at her oceanfront house on Highway Behind the Pond in East Hampton.
Loretta Sullivan, who was the first female firefighter, cardiopulmonary resuscitation instructor, and emergency medical technician, died at home in Montauk on May 16 of complications of a stroke at the age of 80.
Funeral services for Roma Karp, 93, who died at home in East Hampton on May 5, will be held next Thursday at 10 a.m. at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton.