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The East Hampton Town Police Department, with other law-enforcement officers, conducted a sweep against drunken driving on the night before Thanksgiving and early Thanksgiving morning, which resulted in three arrests.
“We are soul mates. I feel like I’ve known him forever,” Evelyn Calderon said of her husband, Wilmer Castano Lopez. “He is my best friend. He makes me a better person. He gives me peace.”
A Springs man arrested on a misdemeanor menacing charge on Nov. 21 was held overnight and arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court the following day.
A committee formed to assess water quality improvement projects that could be paid for with East Hampton Town’s community preservation fund brought two new proposals to the town board’s table last week: replacement of an aging septic system, and the replacement of a 1930s-era stormwater drainage pipe that channels runoff into Georgica Pond.
Southampton Town Board will consider the Hills proposal A Southampton Town Board meeting will be held at Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon. The board will consider the zone change application for the Hills at Southampton, a proposed mixed-used planned...
Ryan Wallace, a Ph.D. student at Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, will give a talk on harmful algal blooms and how they affect human health at a meeting at Town Hall on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon
The Springs School opera is ready to take the stage Wednesday for the 21st consecutive year with an original production, “The Case of the Missing Pollock.”
Whether South Fork children who are on the autism spectrum are receiving optimal educational services depends on whom you ask. A proposal to use a town-owned site for a new special-needs school has engendered opposition.
“Miracle Worker” Auditions Young actors, take note. Boots on the Ground Theater is holding auditions on Monday and Tuesday at the Southampton Cultural Center for its April production of “The Miracle Worker.” The play about...
Bart Taylor Ritchie, a Montauk commercial fisherman, died on Nov. 20 of cancer in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he had a winter residence.
John Intravia, a 101-year-old resident of Clearwater Beach in Springs, died at St. Catherine of Siena in Smithtown on Nov. 21. He rose through the ranks with the French line, eventually becoming manager of passenger operations and sailings.
Eric Salzman of Brooklyn Heights and East Quogue, an internationally known composer, music critic, and well-known birder, died at his Brooklyn Heights home of cardiac arrest on Nov. 12. He was 84 and had been undergoing dialysis since February 2016...
Paul Charbin of East Hampton and France died unexpectedly in his sleep at home on Pony Ramble, at Dune Alpin Farm, on Nov. 1. He was former chairman of J.B. Martin, a manufacturer of fine velvets.