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  • The question facing the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday was this: If an applicant is tearing down most of...
  • Sarah Malone knew she had to do something. It had been several months since the tragic death of her son, DJango Brevard, in a motorcycle accident, and although she seemed to be ...
  • Usually the staged readings are performed in the John Drew Theater, but this particular evening the Hampton Ballet Theatre was using the space to rehearse its production of...
  • Almost anyone who’s lived in or visited Montauk over the last three or four decades is likely to have a tale to tell about the property at 161 Second House Road, recently known as ...
  • As we emerge from our winter burrows and venture forth in search of springtime treats, the South Fork is complying by offering a plethora of new restaurants for the upcoming season. They include an old friend at ...
  • Almost everyone in town knew by sight Richard Nelson Ryan Jr., who died at 64 on Dec. 28 at his house in East Hampton Village. He was “such an ordinary kind of guy,” one acquaintance recalled.
  • On Tuesday, the East Hampton School Board did what it had decided to do at the last three meetings — it got the overall tax-rate increase to below 6 percent.
  • Hidden within the walls of the East Hampton High School, there is another school that few know of...
  • There was an audible sigh of relief in the Springs School gym Monday night when the school board unanimously adopted its proposed $24.8 million district budget...
  • Room 18, an unused room in the basement of the East Hampton Middle School, was one of two places in the school where an environmental consulting firm tested for mold but found "asbestos-containing material."

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