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The East Hampton School District on Tuesday unveiled a fifth possible location for a bus maintenance barn on its high school campus.
In the face of a growing trend toward bigger houses on smaller lots, the village established a temporary moratorium in July on construction of most new houses and major improvements to existing ones; since then the board has been working on a range of code revisions.
James and Donna Bates of King’s Court, Springs, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ashley, to Thomas Gallanti.
The Springs Fire District, the last holdout on the South Fork, agreed in October to put aside $100,000 in its 2016 budget to fund a paid E.M.S. program to supplement its volunteer department. The program started Monday.
One of three drivers charged over the weekend with drunken driving was treated at Southampton Hospital for a fractured leg following her arrest.
Lou Howard, who was newspaper publisher and a Suffolk legislator and a New York State assemblyman, died last month at the age of 92.
The Bridgehampton School District is facing about a 55-percent jump in transportation costs for the 2016-17 school year, while also facing contractual increases for teacher salaries, health care, and pensions. At its meeting on Jan.
Francis Timothy McLaughlin, who grew up in Montauk and worked in the hamlet as a plumber for many years, died on Jan. 16 at Brookhaven Hospital.
The Bridgehampton Fire District, which bought the building on Main Street that once housed the Pulver Gas Company in 2011 for $3.9 million, will tear it down by the end of the month.