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  • Police have identified a man killed Thursday morning in a head-on crash as Gregg Saunders, 55, of Sagaponack, a real estate developer, recently involved in the opening of a Whole Foods market in Wainscott.
  • Police have identified a man killed Thursday morning in a head-on crash as Greg Saunders, 55, of Sagaponack, a real estate developer, recently involved in the opening of a Whole Foods market in Wainscott.
  •     The East Hampton Zoning Board of Appeals had a busy session Tuesday night at Town Hall, holding three hearings for variance and special-permit applications  and handing down two decisions.

  •     A 3 a.m. crash that left a car straddling a large rock on Monday led to the arrest of John A. Albarracin-Barahona, 27, of East Hampton on a charge of driving while intoxicated.

  •     Sag Harbor Village police arrested Nikola K. Warm of Germany last Thursday at 11:15 a.m. and charged her with endangering the welfare of a child. She was arrested after a traffic control officer alerted police that a 2008 Toyota Prius parked outside 35 Main Street had two small children in car seats locked inside with windows slightly cracked for ventilation, the police report said.
        The temperature reached 82 degrees in Sag Harbor that day, according to the National Weather Service.

  •     Between July 28 and last Saturday a thief or thieves went on a crime spree during the early-morning hours, rifling through unlocked cars parked in driveways in East Hampton and Springs. Most often, they stole global positioning systems.    
         East Hampton Town police have received at least 10 complaints to date, and say there may be more that have not been reported.

  • Visitor From Virginia killed, three injured
  • The saga of the Montauk Beach House is headed to the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals
  •     A plan to divide a 43,000-square-foot Ditch Plain parcel into two lots, one of 20,000 square feet and the other of 23,000, was broached for the first time at an East Hampton Town Planning Board meeting on July 25. Judging from board members’ reactions, it could provoke divisive debate.

  •     The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals made a public determination on the night of July 24 on a se