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Taylor K. Vecsey
In his 25 years in business, John Papas said he only closed the doors to his eponymous cafe once for an extended period — three years ago when he undertook a major renovation. That was until the early hours on Sunday when a fire broke out in the relatively new kitchen at John Papas Cafe.
T.E. McMorrow

Christopher Walsh
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. has conveyed his strong support for legislation that would make so-called “bump" rifle stocks illegal in New York State.
T.E. McMorrow
A Sag Harbor man was charged with multiple counts of drug possession, two of which were felonies, on Saturday night after an encounter with East Hampton Town police in Springs.
Christopher Walsh
Steven Sheades, a detective in the East Hampton Village Police Department, was promoted to sergeant on Friday, the village board marking the promotion in a brief ceremony at its regular meeting.
Christopher Walsh
The Suffolk Legislature is to decide on the methods used by the Department of Public Works to reduce the number of mosquitoes in Accabonac Harbor and elsewhere.
Christopher Walsh
The East Hampton Town Trustees’ harbor management committee is interested in the cost to Long Island ratepayers if a proposed offshore wind farm is built.
Joanne Pilgrim
East Hampton taxpayers will be able to force a vote on accepting money from the Federal Aviation Administration, which imposes rules on how airports, such as East Hampton's, must function as a condition of funding.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman has filed paperwork to switch his political registration to Democratic. The change will not take effect until after the Nov. 7 election, in which he hopes to be re-elected on the Independence and Democratic lines.
Christopher Walsh
A recent resurfacing of Conklin Terrace left much to be desired, residents of the street told the East Hampton Village Board on Friday.
Christopher Walsh
The trustees, a governing body distinct from the East Hampton Town Board, were granted jurisdiction over the town's common lands, including many of its beaches, bottomlands, and waterways, by the Dongan Patent of 1686. Eighteen candidates will vie on Nov. 7 for nine seats.
Jackie Pape
The trustees, a governing body distinct from the East Hampton Town Board, were granted jurisdiction over the town's common lands, including many of its beaches, bottomlands, and waterways, by the Dongan Patent of 1686. Eighteen candidates will vie on Nov. 7 for nine seats.
Judy D’Mello
A group of residents has sued the East Hampton School District challenging the findings of an environmental impact study of school-owned property on Cedar Street, where officials had hoped to build a bus facility.