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John M. Marshall Elementary School students celebrated a collective million-plus minutes of reading last Thursday. Dylan Everett, Sage Quackenbush, Waylon Mattson, and Samantha Leon were among those marking the achievement. Durell Godfrey


A two-week delay in expanded-use permit is negotiated

Republicans run short of time and approval

Once more in pursuit of vehicle charging stations
Emma Silvera, a member of East Hampton High School’s Environmental Awareness Club, asked the town board to support a proposal by Tesla Motors to install electric vehicle charging stations in Montauk. Christopher Walsh

A 1956 mapping mistake is corrected, following a decade-long effort.
Steve Russell Boerner, an archivist at the East Hampton Library, pressed federal authorities for nearly a decade to correctly mark the easternmost boundary of Gardiner’s Bay. Isabel Carmichael

Ever hear of Carmel, Ind.?
Doug Kuntz

Lily Pond Lane owners watch proceedings and worry over their own views

Pete Topping has been hired to be the next Peconic Baykeeper. He comes to the job after close to eight years at the East Hampton Town Shellfish Hatchery. Courtesy of Pete Topping

East Hampton High School Christine Sampson