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Manuel J. Cunha Jr. of East Hampton, who died after the car he was driving swerved off the road and burst into flames on Saturday, will be buried today. Mr. Cunha, who was 58, was killed with his friend Thomas Wheeler while the two were driving on Brick Kiln Road in Noyac.

Queen Davis-Parks, who touched the lives of many East Hamptoners as a teacher at the John M. Marshall Elementary School and as a devoted member of Calvary Baptist Church, died at home surrounded by family on April 6. She was 63 and had cancer.

Thomas J. Wheeler is being remembered as a golfer, drummer, and family man this week after a car accident claimed his life on Saturday. He was 43 and lived in Sag Harbor.
Forget about Shoreham-Wading River’s two lopsided wins over the East Hampton High School baseball team, it’s the game that was sandwiched in between...
“It’s just Manny being Manny.” That tired, enabling quip was one that followed Manny Ramirez throughout his brilliant and bizarre career. Fitting, as it may also best sum up...

As has been said about Cold Spring Harbor, in regard to the high school boys tennis teams in Nassau County, when it comes to League VII in Suffolk one could well say...
Like Diogenes, local sports fans have been looking lately for a winning team, and, for the moment, they have one in girls lacrosse.