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       The East Hampton Town Planning Board held a public hearing on Feb. 5 on the proposed expansion of a retail building on Montauk Highway even though the discussion and the legal notice for the hearing were based on...
       During Tuesday night’s three-hour budget workshop, the East Hampton School Board announced the appointment of a new assistant principal at the John M. Marshall Elementary School.
The projects are an annual tradition at Ross, where students often start brainstorming potential topics shortly after arriving on campus.
       A Northwest Woods man, Sydney S. Griffin, 75, was arraigned Monday in East Hampton Justice Court on 29 zoning-related misdemeanor charges. The town claims he has illegally reconfigured his house to create...
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The man accused by East Hampton Town of organizing last summer's version what is called the Barcelona boat party, was fined $2,000 in East Hampton Town Justice Court.
       Something good has come out of the frigid weather: Where drunken drivng is concerned, police in East Hampton area jurisdictions have had a deep-freeze couple of weeks.        In the...
Not only did Bridgehampton National Bank, which displays pictures of local success stories in its branches, report total assets of $1.9 billion at the end of 2013, up $272 million (17 percent) from 2012, it has also swallowed up First National Bank...
       As local school districts begin weighing annual budgets, the Springs School announced on Monday night that it will stay under the 1.46-percent tax-levy cap for the 2014-15 academic year.
       Hearings will be held by the East Hampton Town Board next Thursday on four land preservation purchases to be made using the community preservation fund. They will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall.   ...
Vacation Camp        School is out next week, but kids who aren’t headed to warmer places or ski holidays don’t have to stay home. The Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter still has space available in its February...
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       Family was everything to Ethel J. Olson, her daughter, Judith A. Comfort, said. Described as the matriarch, she made sure her family came together often, and she enjoyed cooking and taking care of them. She also...