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In East Hampton preservation fund revenues were down by just over 20 percent in the first six months of 2017.
Several charged with drunken driving this week.
A three-vehicle pileup on Montauk Highway in Wainscott sent two people to Southampton Hospital on July 25. The accident occurred in the westbound lane at around 12:15 p.m., in front of the Wainscott Village Shopping Center.
A Lustgarten fund-raiser doubles as a tribute to poets lost to pancreatic cancer.
PSEG-Long Island will start work next month on electrical systems throughout East Hampton, an effort to strengthen the reliability and resilience of the electrical grid under a program developed after Superstorm Sandy severely impacted parts of Long Island.
A Greenport man who allegedly diverted funds from a Sag Harbor clothing store where he was working into his own account, was picked up on a warrant Friday morning and charged with grand larceny in the third degree, a felony.
Almost one out of every six people over the age of 65 has fallen at least once in the past three months, according to the Centers for Disease Control, and both the John Jermain Library in Sag Harbor and the East Hampton Library are planning free fall-prevention classes for older adults to reduce that statistic.
The Star has received word of the sudden death of Geraldine B. Taylor of East Hampton, 78, while on vacation with her children in Ireland.
Lynda Marie Havens-Horn, a former resident of Sag Harbor, died in Salt Lake City on July 20 from metastatic breast cancer, at the home of her son, Father Justin Lawrence Havens, a Christian Orthodox priest.
Margaret Zukas, who immigrated to this country with her family when she was 2, died at home in East Hampton on Monday.
Linda Washburne Finney of East Hampton died of liver cancer on July 23 at Southampton Hospital.
Beatrice Loretta Neill, who grew up in a house on Louse Point Road in Springs and for many years worked in the Bulova watchcase factory in Sag Harbor, died of breast cancer on July 26 at home in Essex Junction, Vt., her family said. She was 72.
School's out, and there's no end of things to keep young people busy -- puppet shows for the youngest, theater camps, concerts, computer coding, dance parties, art workshops, magic shows, nature walks. With all that, no kid should ever have to say, "I'm bored."