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Judy D’Mello
The first deadline some students will encounter is Wednesday’s early decision date, when thousands of students across the country will click the “submit” button for only their single most desired college or university.
Jon M. Diat
Culling through the pile was no easy chore. Many were well worn and encrusted with white, dried-out barnacles. But others were in good shape.
Judy D’Mello
In looking for new ways to raise money for relief efforts in Texas and the Caribbean, Jolie Parcher, the owner of the Mandala Yoga and Healing Arts Center in Amagansett, wanted to do something fun.
Judy D’Mello
Voters in the Bridgehampton School District on Tuesday wholeheartedly approved a capital reserve expenditure for the installation of a new geothermal heating and cooling system.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Mr. Scott, whose granddaughter Hallie Rae Ulrich died of an overdose in East Hampton on Sept. 7, is joining an effort to ensure such a tragedy strikes no other family.
Christopher Walsh
A cut was excavated from the southern edge of the pond to the ocean, a span of approximately 300 feet, on Thursday morning, and within 15 minutes there was a perceptible difference in the pond's height.
Joanne Pilgrim
A League of Women Voters candidates’ debate in East Hampton on Monday night touched on a host of issues about the town’s most pressing needs and underscored the differences between Democratic and Republican candidates for town supervisor and for two seats on the town board.
Christopher Walsh
Residents who live along Gardiner’s Bay and members of the Devon Yacht Club in Amagansett are unhappy about a changing seascape, as 5 and 10-acre oyster farms have begun to appear offshore from Promised Land to Devon, extending to the Napeague Harbor Inlet.
David E. Rattray
Financial disclosures for East Hampton Town races that will be decided this Election Day show similar bottom lines between the Democratic and Republican fund-raising committees and candidates and very little heat.
Christopher Walsh
Democratic candidates for East Hampton Town Supervisor and town board defended the present board’s environmental policies and accomplishments at a forum last Thursday at Scoville Hall in Amagansett, while their Republican challengers criticized the Democrats’ record and offered their own proposals.
T.E. McMorrow
A Brooklyn woman who lost control of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz S.U.V. she was driving southbound on Stephen Hand’s Path near Bull Path — crashing into a tree, then careening, car spinning, into some bushes — was charged with drunken driving on Sunday, a little after noon.
T.E. McMorrow
A man who said he was a licensed, armed security guard scheduled to fly to Puerto Rico in the relief effort after Hurricane Maria was arrested on Oct. 6 in Southampton after a warrant was issued by East Hampton Town Justice Lisa R. Rana.
T.E. McMorrow
A Springs man is being held in county jail after being arrested on a charge of exposing himself in the Stop and Shop supermarket in East Hampton Village on Monday evening.
Taylor K. Vecsey
The first of two public hearings on Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman’s proposed $99.4 million budget for 2018 will be held on Tuesday. It reduces taxes for the second straight year even with a 5-percent spending increase.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Southampton Town officials are discussing code enforcement operations in the rest of the town after a weeklong code enforcement safety check of residences and hotels in Hampton Bays resulted in 215 code violations.
Star Staff
A “suspicious package” was reported to be in some woods near the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center on Gingerbread Lane on Oct. 10. It turned out to be a homeless man, asleep under a tarp. Police told him he had to move off, and he did.