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Firefighters put out a fire in a large mulch pile at the landfill at the East Hampton Town Recycling Center Thursday morning.

On the Sabbath, Mercedes went to church and asked someone if there was anyone who could teach her English. She was directed to a gal sitting near the front. After the service, an arrangement to start lessons was made.
No two springs or summers are the same. June may continue the string of warmest months since records have been kept. It was also dryer than usual. Do high temperatures and droughts go hand in hand? There used to be a local guru I could call for answer that question, but Long Island’s most longstanding and celebrated weatherman, a farmer and...
Jesse Shapiro, who played the point for Ed Petrie’s East Hampton High School boys basketball teams from 1997 to 2000, and who since has made a career for himself in coaching inner city youth basketball, has been named East Hampton's new coach.
The winner of Tuesday's Democratic primary between Anna-Throne Holst and David Calone will come down to the absentee ballots.

An hour before they are needed, wash, hull, and slice the strawberries into halves or quarters. Toss a quart of the sliced strawberries with a half a cup of sugar (or to taste), along with an ounce of kirsch (optional).
Fort Pond and Lake Montauk are more vulnerable than ever, according to the Concerned Citizens of Montauk, because of threats coming from above and below ground.
A vehicle overturned on Three Mile Harbor Road, near Round Swamp Farm, in East Hampton on Tuesday morning.
Brad Bender, who resigned amid a felony drug charge in November, said he has suffered from addiction most of his life, and sold oxycodone pills to further feed his drug habit.