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  • A house owned by two families at 68 Fresh Pond Road in Amagansett burned to the ground on Nov. 11, killing two dogs
  • Station offering local and national news could be up and running by the spring
  • Army Sgt. Antonio De Petris, a 24-year-old East Hampton native, has been commended four times for his leadership under enemy fire and dexterity in combat situations.
  • With help from private donors, deer hunters are offering up their bounty to local food pantries, turning a surplus of deer into a supplemental source of food for people in need.
  •     Spaghetti and meatballs will be on the plate at the first fund-raiser to help restore Scoville Hall in Amagansett, which was destroyed by fire on Oct. 15. Sponsored by the Order of the Eastern Star of the Masons, who held meetings at the hall, the dinner will be held at the Amagansett Fire House on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m.

  •         There were several deer in the wrong place at the wrong time recently in East Hampton Town; eight of them caused eight separate accidents in the past few weeks alone.
        On Sunday around 4 a.m., a deer struck the front of Steven Akkala’s 2009 Honda while he was on Montauk Highway near Shipwreck Drive in Amagansett.

  • After several years of postponements, the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals heard an application on Nov. 1 to revoke a certificate of occupancy for a non-operating gate flanked by two stone columns, located on a cul-de-sac at 17 Beverly Road in Springs.
  •     The fourth annual Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Film Festival, which highlights work by local filmmakers, will open on Friday, Nov. 18, with a tribute to the filmmaker Richard Leacock at Guild Hall from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

  • he immediate issue before the East Hampton Town Board at its work session on Tuesday was a suggested $4,000 “quick fix” for the smell emanating from the East Hampton Town scavenger waste treatment plant
  • At the close of Tuesday’s East Hampton Town Board work session, Patrick Gunn, an assistant town attorney who is in charge of East Hampton Town code enforcement, spoke even though he was not on the agenda.