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   One week to the day before his 45th birthday, Michael Westerman, rushing up a staircase, got winded. He pulled the banister until he made it to the top. He felt like sitting, right there on the floor, but instead arched forward and...
E.H.H.S.     After a lengthy application process, Dana Cucci, a junior at East Hampton High School, was accepted as one of the few students from the United States to participate in the International Joint Science Education...
    There will be no morning Mass today, Holy Thursday, at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church.     Tomorrow, Good Friday, a Stations of the Cross service will be at noon. A celebration of the Lord’s...
Easter for Children     Various and sundry Easter events for children will be held in and around the village this weekend.     The Maidstone Gun Club’s popular egg hunt will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, rain or...
    The public has been invited to the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s “bag lunch” series — casual networking lunches with guest speakers on Fridays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at various businesses in the village....
    When East Hampton Village police received a phone call Saturday night at about 10:30 reporting an apparent drunken driver in a brown 2005 Acura, the officer dispatched did not have to look far.     At the point...
Amagansett Isabel Carmichael 324-0002     The Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee will meet on Monday at 7 p.m. in the community room at the Amagansett Library. —     Egg hunters unite. And repair to the...
    At 8 a.m. on March 24, Marcelo A. Castro Morales called East Hampton Town police to report that a man was menacing him with a baseball bat at a property on Montauk Highway in Montauk, police said.

    On Friday, the high school French Club held its second annual fashion show to support the Retreat. Students’ families, teachers, and friends were invited to the school cafeteria, where a runway was set up, to watch...
The highly infectious bacterial disease has made an appearance at the East Hampton Middle School
Ditch Witch stays, Dune Doggie bows out
Nat Miller was elected to serve as a town trustee in November. He recently spoke about the importance of the 350-year-old government body in the age of sea-level rise.