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Wed at Graceland Chapel

After 20 years together, Philip Edward Judson and James David Maloney of East Hampton were married at the Graceland Chapel in Las Vegas on Oct. 4.

Nov 15, 2018
As he stepped down as East Hampton Village police chief, Jerry Larsen was praised at a village board meeting in January 2017 by both Richard Lawler, center, and Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr., right. Later that year, he sued both of them, and the village. Larsen Lawsuit Dismissed as Untimely

The lawsuit filed by Jerry Larsen, a former East Hampton Village police chief, against Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr., Richard Lawler, a village trustee, and the village in general was dismissed by a federal judge on Sept. 24 on the basis of the statute of limitations.

Nov 8, 2018
East Hampton in World War I

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Armistice Day, which evolved into Veterans Day. Armistice Day remembered the anniversary of the peace treaty with Germany that ended World War I on Nov. 11, 1918. It’s hard to think of a more appropriate item for this week than John Calvin Hadder’s compilation on East Hampton in World War I.

Nov 8, 2018
Water Forum: Replace, Reduce, Increase

Strategies for protecting the health of the East End’s drinking water supply, among them replacing outdated septic systems, reducing the use of pesticides, and increasing land preservation, were presented Tuesday, at a forum hosted by the Accabonac Protection Committee.

Nov 1, 2018
Free Community Day at the Parrish

The Parrish Art Museum has changed up its permanent collection galleries and is in a mood to celebrate this weekend. Its new exhibition, “Every Picture Tells a Story,” opens to the public on Sunday with a free community day at the museum from noon to 3 p.m.

Nov 8, 2018
The Calaveras Chronicle, Oct. 25, 1851

Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection

Nov 1, 2018
Sag Harbor Notes 10.25.18

Sag Harbor Note from the Oct. 25 print issue.

Oct 25, 2018
The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Fall Festival was a big hit on Saturday. Andres Zhungo joined in a mural painting project. East Hampton Notes 10.25.18

Nighttime Tours

If a group slowly roaming the South End Burying Ground startles drivers on Main Street or James Lane Tuesday evening, they need not worry; it will be Hugh King, director of Home, Sweet Home Museum, leading a flashlight tour with stories about the notable figures buried there.

The one-hour outing will begin at Home, Sweet Home at 5 p.m. It has been organized by the East Hampton Historical Society, which is taking required reservations by phone at 631-324-6850 or at easthamptonhistory.org. The cost is $15, and participants will be limited to 18.

Oct 25, 2018
Bruce Howard, who has worked at the Montauk Post Office for 28 years, celebrated 30 years with the United States Postal Service on Monday with his co-worker Jeanne Stevens and a postal patron, Judy Morton. Montauk Notes 10.25.18

Montauk Notes from the Oct. 25 print issue.

Oct 25, 2018
One Maxi House Better Than Two Minis?

A plan to merge two vacant lots at 20 and 24 West End Road and build a single-family residence in excess of 10,000 square feet, plus a detached garage and accessory structures, was the subject of a lengthy discussion at the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals on Friday.

Oct 18, 2018