District’s deal with town for Springs-Fireplace land buy is now in doubt
The East Hampton School District’s five-year lease on the bus depot property on Route 114, above, is considered a “stopgap measure” while the district plans for a long-term solution. David E. Rattray

Durell Godfrey photos
Adam and Gail Baranello worked with Springs School students to decorate the school's Dumpsters.

Geoff Lynch, the president of the Hampton Jitney, seen with Joan Overlook of Goodcircle, will donate buses and drivers to get I-Tri athletes to their swim practices. Judy D’Mello

Beckham LaRose of the Sag Harbor Elementary School collaborated with Georgi Mesnick, a fellow fifth grader (not pictured), on a magnetic kinetic sculpture that took first place in the collaborative sculpture category at the LongHouse Reserve’s Student Annual on Tuesday. Judy D’Mello

Deborah Haab, the new part-time Wainscott School superintendent, called the post a “once in a lifetime opportunity.” Highland Central School District