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East Hampton Community Mourns Death Of High School Student Jan 19, 17 12:15 PM

East Hampton High School was offering support this week to students following the death on Monday of Matthew Lester, a senior,... more

Montauk's Only Dentist, Dan Vasti, Is Retiring After 41 Years Jan 17, 17 3:40 PM

If Montauk locals have ever been told to floss just a little bit more, chances are the advice came from Dr. Daniel Vasti, who is... more

Springs Residents Voice Their Criteria For New School Superintendent At Community Forum Jan 17, 17 3:01 PM

Springs School District officials would like to see a new superintendent in place by July, and on Thursday more than a dozen Springs... more

Local Residents To Make A Statement With Women's March On Washington Jan 17, 17 2:59 PM

On Saturday morning, at least 10 Hampton Jitney buses will roll off Long Island to take hundreds of South Fork residents to Washington,... more

East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell Will Not Seek Reelection Next Year Jan 17, 17 1:38 PM

East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell announced that he will not seek reelection to a third term in the town’s top... more

Eddie Ecker Jr. Chosen As Grand Marshal For Montauk St. Patrick's Day Parade Jan 16, 17 11:20 AM

Former East Hampton Town Police Chief Eddie Ecker has been chosen as grand marshal for the 2017 Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s... more

Brooklyn Man Pleads Not Guilty To Impersonating Police Officer At Friday Arraignment Jan 16, 17 11:15 AM

A Brooklyn man who was arrested by East Hampton Town Police and charged with impersonating a police officer in September was arraigned... more

UPDATE: East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell Will Not Seek Reelection In Fall, Van Scoyoc Says He Is Considering Run Jan 13, 17 5:55 PM

UPDATE: Friday, 11:30 a.m.

East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell announced on Friday... more

Four East Hampton Employees Get First Merit-Based Raises Jan 10, 17 5:22 PM

Four East Hampton Town civil service employees were the first to get merit-based salary hikes beyond those dictated by the town’s... more

Critics Take Aim At Offshore Turbine Plans Jan 10, 17 5:06 PM

While the Long Island Power Authority and Deepwater Wind are in talks to build as many as 15 wind turbines 30 miles off the southeast... more

Cantwell Wants East Hampton To Start Exploring Shuttle Bus System In Hopes LIRR Commuter Trains Are Coming Jan 10, 17 5:01 PM

East Hampton Supervisor Larry Cantwell said this week that he would like to see East Hampton start working to create a town-operated... more

Army Corps Completes Montauk Dune Reconstruction Jan 10, 17 4:03 PM

Contractors working for the Army Corps of Engineers have again left downtown Montauk after reconstructing the artificial dune above... more

East Hampton School District To Use Reserved Funds To Pay For Sandpebble Lawsuit Jan 10, 17 3:24 PM

After more than a decade of litigation, the East Hampton School District has written a check to Sandpebble Builders Inc. for almost... more

State Comptroller's Audit Finds Vulnerability In East Hampton School's Financial Software Privacy Jan 10, 17 2:02 PM

The office of New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli recently offered some criticism of how the financial software of the... more

Police Connect Suspects In Armed Robberies In Riverhead To Wainscott Incident Jan 9, 17 4:15 PM

Two suspects who have been connected to a New Year's Day robbery at the Speedway gas station in Wainscott were arrested by Riverhead... more
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