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Three were vying for two seats in Tuesday night's election, and just five votes separated the winner of the second seat from the third place finisher.
Arthur Graham has defeated Philip O'Connell for a seat on the East Hampton Village Board, as residents went to the polls Tuesday in the village's first contested election in more than a decade.
East Hampton High School’s senior athletes were treated to an awards dinner by the Bonac Booster Club at the high school’s cafe on June 12, the same night that Sandy Vorpahl, head of the school’s Hall of Fame committee, announced this year’s class, whose members are to be inducted at homecoming on Oct. 14.
Dr. Brandon Rogers, a 29-year-old osteopath who interned at Southampton Hospital last year and who became an online singing sensation, died following a car accident in Maryland on June 11.
Ronald Perelman, the billionaire investor and philanthropist who owns a nearly 60-acre estate called the Creeks on Georgica Pond, lost his bid to change the neighborhood's zoning on Friday.
Valon Shoshi, who was arrested in 2014 after firing a shotgun in his family's house, was back in jail on Thursday after being brought up on a felony sexual abuse charge.
East Hampton Village residents will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect a village board member to complete the final year of the late Elbert Edwards’s term.
Three days after closing Georgica Pond because a bloom of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, had been confirmed, a long-simmering disagreement among the East Hampton Town Trustees over the recognition of state and federal jurisdiction came to a boil.
Not only can renters find a house on Airbnb, they can book a stay on the water now, too.
East Hampton Town and Friends of the East Hampton Airport have submitted legal briefs to the United States Supreme Court in the matter of East Hampton Town’s petition asking the court to review an appeals court decision against the town last fall.
Decisions made now about the look and function of the business areas of East Hampton Town could gradually shape the hamlet centers and how residents shop, work, and live here in the future, consultants said during five recent presentations.
People arrested over Memorial Day weekend received something no defendant here has ever before been given: A guarantee of legal representation from the moment they are taken in to East Hampton Justice Court to be arraigned.
A forthcoming addition to the municipal parking lot behind Amagansett Main Street was the focus of Monday night’s meeting of the hamlet’s citizens advisory committee.