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Bond Now, Pay Later

By Kitty Merrill The East Hampton Town Board has authorized more than $1 million in bonding for a variety of capital expenses so far this year. Projects and purchases run the gamut from $250,000 in improvements to the parking lot and restrooms at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett to the $10,000 purchase of a jet ski for lifeguards....more>

Locals Eliminated From State Tournament

The clock finally struck 12 for three local basketball teams that made runs in the state tournament. Playing in a New York Class B State regional final game, the Southampton Mariners ran into a talented and determined Woodlands team Friday at Beacon High School and succumbed, 73-47....more>

Eagle Scout Honored

Last week at the Suffolk County Legislature's General Meeting, Deputy Presiding Officer Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk) presented Eagle Scout Dana Harvey with a proclamation for his hard work and dedication towards the restoration of the St....more>

The Wearing O' The ('Gansett) Green

Time to get your green -- 'Gansett green, that is -- on. There are big doings in the little hamlet this week, beginning with the Mr. Amagansett pageant tomorrow night and the sixth annual Am-O-Gansett parade on Saturday....more>

Get Your Green On

Over the next two weeks, the East End will celebrate St. Patrick's Day, a time of the year that's become a special season in the hearts, minds, and spirits of locals and visitors alike....more>

PSEG Says: You Pay, We Bury

After two meetings with East Hampton town and village officials last week, PSEG honchos agreed to bury the power lines that have been a source of passionate opposition for area residents....more>

New Law Licenses Pool And Spa Cleaners

A new Suffolk County law requires all swimming pool and spa maintenance companies to be licensed. Owners are required to take a weeklong certification course, pass a test, and join the Long Island Association of Pool and Spa Professionals....more>

Newbies Settling In

East Hampton Town's freshmen councilmembers Fred Overton and Kathee Burke-Gonzalez are brimming with enthusiasm and ideas. With over two months on the job under their belts, the pair sat down recently with The Independent to talk about how their first 60 days in office have gone....more>

Suicide Attempt By Alleged Code Violator

The poster child for East Hampton Town's new get tough policy on code violators is sitting in a psychiatric ward, recovering from a suicide attempt. In an exclusive interview with The Independent, Sydney Griffin expressed anger and frustration at the way the town handled his predicament and the publicity surrounding it....more>
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