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The president of the teachers association favors students refusing to take state assessment exams as a way to send a message to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in opposition to a key element of his education reform package.
In the second day of Jason Lee's rape trial, a taxi dispatcher says a caller whose number matches that of Mr. Lee requested a taxi from house where the alleged incident took place not long after police arrived.
A weekend ban on helicopters at the East Hampton Airport will not be among the restrictions designed to reduce aircraft noise over East Hampton and the East End.
The East Hampton School Board continued to tackle revisions to the district’s attendance policy last week, with one board member asking for stricter overall language and another asking to change the policy to avoid what she says is a practice...
In a region already known for its farming industry, schools are increasingly looking toward on-campus gardens for hands-on education and fresh produce to nourish both their students and the surrounding community.
Sports Clinics Indoor soccer, flag football, volleyball, and inline skating clinics start next week at the Sportime Arena in Amagansett. Offered in conjunction with the East Hampton Town Recreation Department, the clinics run for eight weeks and...
Local legislators and school officials will discuss school district consolidation on Monday, at a public forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons.
With New York state’s standardized English and math tests coming up, the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor is hoping to reach parents who have questions about how to opt out of the tests. In a letter posted on Facebook on Tuesday via the...
A state Supreme Court judge ruled last Thursday that PSEG Long Island, an electrical energy provider, and the Long Island Power Authority, for which PSEG is a contractor, are not subject to local zoning and other laws.