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  1. Z.B.A. Finds All Okay on FridayRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    The long drawn-out process by which the Maidstone Club received approval to upgrade and expand the irrigation system on its golf course was concluded on Friday when the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals announced its satisfaction with 10 conditions it had attached to its approval in July. Two of the conditions required additional submissions.

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  2. On the Police Logs 10.30.14Read the original story

    Oct 30, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    An exterior wall of the Ganeaux clothing store on Main Street was vandalized with spray paint on the evening of Oct. 19. A witness followed the vandal, who crossed the street a couple of times before disappearing into the municipal parking lot. Police checked the area to no avail.

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  3. East Hampton High School Evacuated After 'Written Threat' FoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    East Hampton High School students are being evacuated Wednesday morning after a written threat was discovered on a bathroom mirror, Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo said. At 9:02 a.m., all parents in the school district received an automated phone call informing them that the high school on Long Lane was being evacuated "due to a message scrawled on a bathroom mirror."

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  4. Route 114 Roundabout Ahead for East HamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle joined village and town officials to formally announce a $700,000 New York State Community Capital Assistance Program grant for construction of a roundabout. The long-held plan to improve traffic safety at the intersection of Buell Lane, Route 114, and Toilsome Lane in East Hampton Village took a large step closer to fruition on Monday when State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle joined village and town officials to formally announce a $700,000 New York State Community Capital Assistance Program grant for construction of a roundabout there.

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  5. When Homeroom Is a Home RoomRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Danielle Rodriguez, from Holbrook, brought her three children, Giovanni, 6, Marianna, 8, and Evan, 4, to Northwest Creek in East Hampton earlier this month for a survival-skills course. In the immediate hours after her house burned down last month , and once she and her children were safely being treated at Southampton Hospital, Judi Bistrian said her thoughts quickly turned to a Parrish Art Museum field trip that she and her two children had planned to attend.

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  6. Million-Dollar Lottery WinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Guillermo Vernaza, who works the register at Montauk Liquors, said a lucky Montauk couple won $1 million from a scratch-off game called Break the Bank. A Montauk couple playing the New York Lottery's Break the Bank scratch-off game last week did just that when they purchased a $1 million winning ticket from a vending machine at Montauk Wine and Liquors.

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  7. Ebola: 'We Are Ready'Read the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    While the first cases of Ebola in the United States have sparked nationwide concern, the overwhelming message here on the South Fork is that health care providers are prepared to handle patients with Ebola-like symptoms, just as they handle other infectious diseases. "We're taking it seriously, as it should be," said Dr. Maury Greenberg, a doctor at East Hampton Urgent Care, of the largest Ebola outbreak in history.

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  8. Aileen BrodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Aileen F. Brody, 81, an East Hampton resident since the 1990s, died on Friday. Her family said she had been ill for a short time.

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  9. Positive Parenting WorkshopRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Looking ahead, the Family Service League will sponsor a free, all-day workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at Springs Presbyterian Church on Old Stone Highway in East Hampton. Titled Positive Parenting with a Plan, parents and professionals have been invited to discuss such topics as children's emotional well-being, strengthening families, and establishing a collaborative environment for addressing children's issues.

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  10. Two Arrests in SpringsRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Two Springs men who had vehicular accidents there last week ended up in the custody of the East Hampton Town Police, facing charges of driving while intoxicated. Kevin E. Collum, 58, was driving a 2007 Mercedes-Benz east on Hog Creek Road last Thursday night when a deer ran in front of his car, according to the accident report.

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  11. Kids Culture 10.23.14Read the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Most of the fun for kids this week is of the Halloween variety, but those looking for something else may find it at the South Fork Natural History Museum on Saturday, when Crystal Possehl leads kids 8 to 12 on a backpack adventure in the Vineyard Field behind the Bridgehampton museum. Kids will use binoculars, magnifiers, a compass, and other outdoor tools to observe and record their findings starting at 10 a.m. Reservations have been requested.

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  12. Trails Day SaturdayRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    On Saturday, hiking enthusiasts will mark South Fork Trails Day with a presentation about the more than 200 miles of trails in East Hampton Town. East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell will be joined by Debra Foster, a former member of the town board and the town planning board, and Rick Whalen, a former planning board attorney and frequent hike leader for the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, in an informal gathering at 10 a.m. at Chatfield's Hole, on Two Holes of Water Road in Northwest Woods.

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  13. Village Beaches Get High MarksRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Describing a summer on the beaches characterized by few serious mishaps, a lack of unruly crowds, and no extreme weather, Ed McDonald, the East Hampton Village beach manager, said, "Dull is good," as he summarized the season's activities and revenue at a village board meeting Friday. He noted that no one had drowned and said the Main Beach lifeguards, led by Eric Bramoff, deftly and professionally handled two incidents in which bathers suffered neck injuries.

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  14. Yes to Nature PreserveRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    A 37-acre oceanfront property on Napeague owned by East Hampton Town was designated as a nature preserve by the town board last Thursday night, but the question of whether there will be parking allowed along the preserve's western edge, on Dolphin Drive, remains. Advocates of maximum public access to the preserve and the beach said last Thursday at a hearing on a proposed parking ban on Dolphin Drive that off-road parking spaces could easily be created along one side of the road in a right-of-way area.

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  15. Security Vestibules Are a GoRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    During Tuesday night's meeting, the East Hampton School Board approved environmental assessments for the construction of new security vestibules at the front entrances of each of the district's three schools. "We're upgrading the entrances to all three buildings," said Jackie Lowey, a board member.

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  16. C.P.F. Eyed for Water WorksRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Discussions in East Hampton and Southampton of the infrastructure needed to deal effectively with wastewater and avoid further degradation of ground and surface waters from nitrogen and other pollutants have inevitably led to eyes on the large dollar sign in the room: the enormous cost of sewering systems, treatment plants, and the like. So eyes have turned to a potential source of ongoing, substantial revenue: the Peconic Bay Region Community Preservation Fund, approved in 1998 by New York State to raise money for land preservation in the five East End towns through a 2-percent real estate transfer tax.

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  17. Police Brutality Claim Dismissed by JuryRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    A Springs man's claim of police brutality during an arrest in January was rejected by a jury last Thursday in East Hampton Town Justice Court. Five women and one man found William Cuthbert, 56, guilty of two of three charges against him after a three-day trial.

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  18. Expected by Spring: A Place to GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    A portable lavatory in the parking lot behind Amagansett's commercial district will be obsolete after the expected completion of a public restroom next year. At the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee meeting on Monday, Rona Klopman told her colleagues that a subcommittee on which she serves has held three meetings with Tom Talmage, the town engineer, and Joseph Catropa, an architect with L.K. Mclean Associates.

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  19. Cyril's Is Looking at 1984Read the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    Cyril's Fish House on Napeague will likely have to start scaling back to its much smaller 30-years-ago size one of these days, according to the latest ruling in East Hampton Town's ongoing lawsuit against the roadside restaurant. The town is seeking to force Cyril's to remove a number of structures erected since 1984 and operate as it did then.

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  20. High-Speed Chase Nabs Ex-Bonac StarRead the original story

    Oct 23, 2014 | The East Hampton Star

    A former star of East Hampton High School's football team was arrested early last Thursday morning on a number of criminal charges, including two felony drug counts. Joseph Dowling of Sag Harbor, 22, driving a 2014 Mazda, had led East Hampton Town police on a chase along Route 114, driving "in excess of 100 miles per hour," according to the report.

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