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An employee carrying much of the holiday weekend’s cash in a bank-drop bag was robbed at gunpoint by another man Saturday night in the parking lot behind the IGA on North Main Street in East Hampton.

The objective is a one-stop organization about and for the environment providing access to information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, serving as a hub of knowledge for businesses, individuals, and local government.

“We’re doing everyone a disservice if we put aside the idea of consolidation,” Arthur Goldman, a teacher at East Hampton High School said. “The board has to take a leadership role here.”

The trustees who make up the Lazy Point committee are urging the board to take steps to tighten its oversight.
The late John Judge's friends gathered together Monday night, calling for a stiff penalty on Edward Orr, who plead guilty to being the driver in the hit-and-run accident that killed him in October.
Just how far the town board can, or should, go to help a local business grow is the subject of yet another developing disagreement among East Hampton officials.
Chief argues that further village budget cuts would damage the department
The area in question is now a driveway that can be accessed from Division Street between Murf’s Backstreet Tavern and the village police headquarters.
Visitors can come for as long or as short as they like, but silence has been requested.
    Navy Seaman Recruit Cheryl D. Scarlato, a daughter of Diana A. Scarlato of this village, recently completed eight weeks of Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. Ms. Scarlato is a 1999 graduate of...

An effort to resolve building permit issues and bring aspects of the Chabad House on Woods Lane into compliance with village code, brought representatives of the orthodox synagogue, and some unhappy neighbors, to the zoning board of appeals.

    A draft capital plan for East Hampton Town in 2013 includes $9.5 million in projected spending, on items ranging from playground equipment to new stairs at Culloden Beach in Montauk and Police, Parks, and Highway Department...
    The fate of the last parcel of undivided farmland in the Wainscott corridor, once part of two farms owned by the Hedges and the Osborne families, came before the East Hampton Town Planning Board on March 20.     ...