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  •    Pulling on a wetsuit and bounding into 43-degree water with a surfboard might not top your to-do list this winter. But for a group of local women, the hassle of layering up and contending with the cold is decidedly worth it.

  • A crowd packed the Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton on Monday to sing, listen, and pay tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
  • The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals heard comments on a controversial application that could set a precedent for coastal erosion structures in the town.
  •    In recent months, life on the farm has included some activities that I never envisioned myself doing. The trash situation was slightly out of control, and since most of it was mine after a pointless juice fast, I used a wheelbarrow to load the soggy mess into the back of my pickup truck.

  • Yellow tape stretched between the pilings at the commercial dock at the end of Gann Road in East Hampton this week, where a 2004 Subaru plunged into Three Mile Harbor on Jan. 4
  • Property owners who want to demolish their house overlooking Gardiner’s Bay at the end of Mulford Lane in Amagansett and build a new one protected by a rock revetment will be before the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals during its first hearings of the year on Tuesday.
  • It’s that time of year again: You vow to lose those 10 extra pounds, make the gym a daily occurrence, and eliminate junk food from your diet. New Year’s resolutions, however well intentioned, are often short-lived mantras.
        Gym memberships tend to increase in January, giving the fitness industry an annual boost, but often, new members set themselves up for failure with unrealistic expectations, rather than setting healthy lifestyle patterns that stick, local trainers said this week.

  • East Hampton Town police have released the name of a man who died Wednesday afternoon after driving his car over the edge of the bulkhead at the commercial dock on Gann Road and into the cold water of Three Mile Harbor.
  • When conjuring up an image of a firefighter, a woman does not usually come to mind. The Springs Fire Department defies this stereotype.
  • In addition to maintaining a hospital and the expensive undertaking of feeding and rehabilitating animals, the Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons is an educational resource.