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The next trip to Washington, D.C., for Honor Flight Long Island on Saturday will include not only World War II veterans but Korean War veterans, as well. Honor Flight Long Island, which has escorted over 1,300 veterans to view the war memorial for...
Christine Sampson and Jason Nower have Guild Hall and the John Jermain Memorial Library to thank for bringing them together, Ms. Sampson said.
Despite a dozen hearings on its agenda, the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals moved swiftly through its meeting on Friday, closing most hearings after the applicants had satisfied its concerns or requests.
East Hampton Town police released a second report this week about an April 8 party attended by under-age drinkers at a house on Oak Lane Extension in Amagansett.
East Hampton Town police charged Christopher Paul Gallegos of East Hampton, 20, with second-degree rape and sexual misconduct, felonies, on Friday, in a case involving a then-14-year-old girl. Police said he had carried on a six-month relationship...
East Hampton Town’s Republican and Democratic Committees have finalized their respective slates of candidates for the nine-member town trustee board. On Monday, the East Hampton Town Republican Committee announced that Susan Vorpahl, a...
The Springs School Mystery Art Sale will return to Ashawagh Hall after a hiatus in 2016. The sale raises money for the school’s Visiting Artists Program.

Janet Lee Berg’s novel “Rembrandt’s Shadow” is loosely based on wartime experiences of the wealthy Katz family, who exchanged Dutch masterpieces for Jewish lives.
Boating and taking his Jeep on the beach with friends were two of David S. Hill’s great joys, his wife, Jean Hill, said this week. He kept a CB radio in his Jeep, and his handle, Snoopy, also became his nickname around town, Mrs. Hill said. Mr...
Anthony L. Panzeca, who retired with his wife to East Hampton in 1994 to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren, died at Southampton Hospital on April 23. His health had been declining within the past year, his family said. He was 88.
Andrew Jacobyansky, a former investment banker whose love for opera led him to initiate the live broadcasts from the Met presented at East Hampton’s Guild Hall, died at home of liver failure on April 26, after a long illness. He was 61.
Rodney Scott Rodriguez of Springs died on April 21 at Southampton Hospital, two weeks after being diagnosed with cancer. He was 83.
Sandra Joy Fryman, who lived in East Hampton with her husband, Norman, died on April 27 at Stony Brook University Hospital after a long illness. She was 85.