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    The Village of East Hampton has started an effort to comply with the federal Americans With Disabilities Act, which it incorporated into its code in 2005.
    In addition to a proposal that East Hampton Town establish a rental registry, which is covered separately, two other regulations to address problems in residential neighborhoods were discussed this week by the town board. One...
    The emphasis on standardized testing and college readiness is such that a well-rounded education and a school’s place in its community are being eroded. That was the conclusion of Eleanor Tritt, the district superintendent...
    Students at Springs School are finally one step closer to securing a safer route to school.     Earlier this week, New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. announced that the New York State Department of...
    Children in the East Hampton School District who are not yet enrolled in prekindergarten for September can still do so at the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, which operates the pre-K program for the district.
    Establishing an East Hampton Town rental registry, and requiring landlords to inform the town about their plans, would not solve housing code violations, nor even give town officials the clout that had been hoped for when the idea...
    On July 16, Representative Tim Bishop introduced a bill that would prevent further development on Plum Island by decoupling its sale from the construction of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Kansas.
    Sag Harbor Village police arrested a Bridgehampton man Friday on charges that he assaulted a couple and endangered the welfare of a child. It was at least the third time that William J. Walker, 32, has been arrested in the past...
    East Hampton Town police have released two more reports on the nighttime prowlers who have lately been targeting high-end cars in Wainscott, where several late-model vehicles have been stolen, broken into, or rummaged through...