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Robert W. (Buzzy) Mott, a member of East Hampton High School’s class of 1967, and the survivor of a traumatic brain injury in 1985, died just before midnight on Dec. 8, succumbing to complications of pneumonia at the Richmond University...
An Army Corps of Engineers plan to place thousands of sand bags on the threatened downtown oceanfront will be delayed. Officials say the scale and anticipated price tag for the work has sharply increased.
Joseph Markowski, an East Hampton Town police officer for 20 1/2 years and the department's property officer since 2008, retired on Friday.
Henry O. Sjoman, 24, and John R. Veitch, 31, are listed in critical, but stable, conditions at Stony Brook University Hospital after they suffered serious injuries, East Hampton Town police said Monday.
Two men suffered serious injuries when the all-terrain vehicles they were riding crashed into each other in the woods behind the Montauk recycling center on Sunday afternoon.
A driver who struck and killed a Scottish golf caddy bicycling home from his first day of work in Southampton in May pleaded guilty on Friday to two felony charges and will be sentenced on Feb. 3.
People brought their creativity, a sense of adventure, and an appreciation for the ridiculous to the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter on Dec. 5, as family teams competed to build and then race boats out of cardboard and duct tape. 
East Hampton Town announced Thursday that it had won a $250,000 grant from New York State to develop a coastal assessment and resiliency plan.
Student ballerina will be Sugar Plum Fairy in East Hampton ‘Nutcracker’