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Rolph Scarlett’s Geometrics     Beginning next Thursday, Law­rence Fine Art in East Hampton will present a retrospective of the work of the American modernist painter Rolph Scarlett through May.     Scarlett...

“The Juice” Jay McInerney Vintage, $15.95
Poets Laureate, Ho!     National Poetry Month: Get it while you can, versification fans. At Canio’s Books in Sag Harbor, to name one outlet, a couple of county poets laureate, Ed Stever of Suffolk and Linda Opyr of Nassau, will...

1943, Budapest
In the last two years alone, the perennially cash-strapped Springs district has received more than $800,000 in owed tuition money after being continually overcharged.
A number of hopefuls have themselves acknowledged that they have thrown their hats in the ring.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson wants to “drop rocks” on the Montauk oceanfront, bypassing town law and other recommendations from a coastal erosion committee
Come September, she will return to her former position as an elementary school teacher.
Can the idea of a community farm, where members buy shares in a future harvest, work for fish?
Lack of video was key in East Hampton D.W.I. trial’s not-guilty verdict
    An employee carrying much of the East Hampton I.G.A.’s weekend cash intake in a bank-drop bag was robbed at gunpoint on Saturday night in the parking lot behind the North Main Street store.     Detective Lt....
During the East Hampton Town Trustees meeting of March 19, Stephanie Forsberg announced that the board would be funding a comprehensive monitoring of trustee waters, both freshwater and marine.
    A majority of the East Hampton Town Board voted Tuesday to allow the Montauk Brewing Company, which plans to add brewing equipment to its tasting room in Montauk, to use three public parking spots in a nearby lot to fulfill a town...