: Johanna Liesbeth ("Lisa") de Kooning died on Friday at her home on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands. U.S. Virgin Island Police said on Tuesday that a fall preceded her death, though an ultimate cause of death had not yet been determined.
Some New Names Enter Fire Commish Races: While there is only one contested race in this year's round of fire district commissioners elections within the Town of East Hampton, there are several new names on the ballots.
: Barry Gilliam is back on his East Hampton delivery route about a month after his contract was terminated with FedEx.
Duck Hunting Ban Called for on Fort Pond: Resident on Montauk pond has started a petition "danger to those who live near its shoreline."
East Hampton Schools Cut Spring Break to Compensate for Sandy: School will be held Tuesday through Thursday over spring vacation in March.
Southampton High School Junior Mourned: Emilio Padilla-Berrezueta, who was about to transfer to East Hampton High School, died Monday evening.
East Hampton Man Charged With Nearly 70 Sex Crimes: Following an investigation after an April arrest, Fidel Castro-Brito stands charged with over 70 crimes, including first-degree rape.
Police: High Speed Chase Ends in DWI Charge: Speeds reached up to 100 miles per hour, police said, before a man was arrested in Southampton Village.
Christmas Store Opens in Amagansett: C. Whitmore Gardens not only sells Christmas trees, ornaments and more, but also offers design services.
Volunteers in the News
: When a bone infection spread in one of Bob Orr's feet, requiring a partial amputation – on top of everything else that the family was dealing with – it was decided that it was time to step up.
Sandy Relief Group Aiding Victims Any Way It Can: Hamptons Hurricane Relief Fund provides Superstorm Sandy victims with everything they need, from helping hands to space heaters and birthday cakes.