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Citing a need for more time to confer with its attorney, the Sag Harbor School Board voted Monday to postpone reviewing a policy that governs the videotaping of meetings.
Less than a month after it received a real estate appraisal of the former Stella Maris Regional School property, the Sag Harbor School District has announced it will be formally exploring the idea of purchasing the property.
Pierson High School’s International Baccalaureate program, launched three years ago, is still relatively new and officials, hoping to ramp up participation this year, have invited students and their families to a meeting.
The International Solar Energy Society and the Global 100% Renewable Energy Campaign are presenting the webinar, participation in which is free.
Luly Duke, an East Hampton resident who left Cuba as a girl in 1960, was on hand as the American flag was raised over the reopened U.S. embassy in Havana on Friday.
Francis A. Riley Jr. died on Aug. 11 at Southampton Hospital at the age of 78.
The owner of a house at 49 Gannet Drive in Montauk, Eileen Alvaliotis of Massapequa, has received citations from East Hampton Town alleging overcrowding and excessive turnover. She was in Town Justice Court Monday to be arraigned on a total of 27...
A Napeague resident has sued the town to prevent parking across the street from his house on Dolphin Drive, alongside a town-owned nature preserve.
A Montauk woman was critically injured Friday morning after being hit by an S.U.V. The victim, Mariana Guanga-Baculima, 32, was flown by helicopter to Stony Brook University Hospital, where she was listed in critical but stable condition.