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Update: According to Kerri S. Stevens, Monday's board meeting to interview candidates was cancelled. No further information was available.
Update: East Hampton Town police identified Valon Shoshi, a 28-year-old living in Springs, as the armed man they took into custody earlier on Friday after a three-hour search.
Update, 1:12 p.m.: East Hampton Village Police tweet — local schools were put on lockout precaution as local police were attempting to locate a despondent subject - situation had been resolved Update, 12:46 p.m.: Schools that had been...
Two girls and one of their mothers were injured Friday morning after the small car they were riding in was apparently struck by a flat-bed truck.
Peconic Baykeeper, the not-for-profit advocate for protection of the Peconic and South Shore estuaries, has named Brady J. Wilkins as the organization’s baykeeper. Mr. Wilkins succeeds Kevin McAllister, who had served in that position for 16...
Shuttered restaurant would be an office.
The East Hampton Library’s children’s addition, which opened in June, has paid immediate dividends in the form of a marked increase in participation in its children’s summer reading program.
Following what the clerk of the East Hampton Town Trustees called a “bureaucratic nightmare,” the Suffolk County Department of Public Works began dredging the west channel of Napeague Harbor yesterday.
The Lindley house has been unoccupied since Suffolk County took it over in 2010, when the family’s 35-year lease on the former Army lookout station expired.