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T.E. McMorrow
All charges against the former Sag Harbor Schools official Susan E. Guinchard Kinsella were dismissed this week.
Judy D’Mello
Students who graduated from the Eleanor Whoitmore Early Childhood Center in East Hampton on Friday were the 20th class to graduate from the center.
Carissa Katz
The patriarch of a farming family that runs one of the largest remaining agricultural operations on the South Fork, Cliff Foster was also an advocate for farming and farm interests on Long Island for decades.
Christopher Walsh
The aerial application of mosquito larvicide over marshlands in East Hampton Town could be reduced if a proposed new protocol demonstrates less need for it.
T.E. McMorrow
A potentially overtaxed sewage system at the Montauk Shores Condominium has led to an effective moratorium on construction and upgrades to units in the oceanfront mobile home park.
Joanne Pilgrim
The Town of East Hampton learned on Monday that the United States Supreme Court will not review a lower court decision that struck down three 2015 laws restricting access to the East Hampton Airport in order to reduce aircraft noise.
Judy D’Mello
Graduation day was an intimate affair at the Bridgehampton School, where the superintendent was able to share a personal anecdote about each of the 14 seniors in the class of 2017.
Jackie Pape
In acknowledging the current state of the world and the political arena in which we are living, the CNN news anchor and journalist Don Lemon addressed Sag Harbor’s Pierson High School class of 2017 on Saturday about the freedom of expression.
Taylor K. Vecsey
The driver of an Acura lost control of her vehicle, hopped a curb, and slammed into the side of the Montauk Playhouse on Saturday afternoon.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Steven E. Skrynecki was pulling over to help a motorist with engine trouble when he was hit from behind Thursday evening.
Joanne Pilgrim
Two laws adopted last Thursday revise the rules for restaurants and for retail takeout food shops, giving restaurants the ability to seek permission to accommodate more outdoor diners and legalizing seating in food shops.
Irene Silverman
For the time being, “there’s a shortage of buyers and a lot of overpricing. Prices must come down," Peter Turino, the president of Brown Harris Stevens in the Hamptons, told a crowd at East Hampton Library.
Joanne Pilgrim
Under the proposed law, installation of one of the new nitrogen-reducing systems would be required for new construction, when undertaking a substantial expansion, when an existing system fails and needs replacing, and when commercial sites require new site plan review.
T.E. McMorrow
Tiina Laakkonen and Jonathan Rosen face an uncertain future in their effort to expand Tiina the Store, their Amagansett Main Street retail shop, after the site plan, reviewed by the East Hampton Town Planning Board on June 14, seemed to raise more questions than it answered.
T.E. McMorrow
Neighbors express concern about NextEra Energy Resources' proposed battery facility near the Dune Alpin subdivision in East Hampton.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Within 24 hours of Southampton Town’s having launched a new online tool that allows residents to report nonemergency complaints and submit service requests, two requests had been logged.