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Report IDs four sites on and near airport as sources of the contamination
A report from AECOM Technical Services Northeast found that past use or storage of firefighting foam at and near the East Hampton Airport had impacted groundwater at the site. Doug Kuntz

The Spur Innovation Center got a $500,000 economic development grant. Above, an architectural rendering of the new workspace and event hub under construction in Southampton. Studio2 FLA


Hither Hills State Park in Montauk is one of the larger areas in East Hampton Town that are open to deer hunting this month. Doug Kuntz

A soot-covered heating system caused a carbon monoxide leak inside the CVS pharmacy on Friday, according to the East Hampton Fire Department Chief Gerard Turza. Firefighters had been called there twice last week. Michael Heller

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Angelika Cruz coaches at the Y and teaches Spanish in Montauk
Angelika Cruz coaches the Hurricanes’ 7-through-11-year-old swimmers four times a week for an hour and a half at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter. Jack Graves
Despite not having any time to train, Angelika Cruz, who teaches, coaches, and is the mother of a 10-year-old, has been doing very well in triathlons and ocean swims here, and having fun. Jack Graves

2018 was the fourth warmest year for the world on record
During a bird count last month in the Cedar Point to Grace Estate area, Victoria Bustamante came across these trees decorated with shells. Victoria Bustamante

The Neoteric Project’s group show featuring work selected by Scott Bluedorn
Works by Mark Perry, Hiroyuki Hamada, Insuh Yoon, Kurt Giehl, and Linh Vivace are hung together in the show. Below, Rosario Varela’s “Ancestors” sculpture has a metaphorical relationship to the exhibition’s theme. Seen in detail to the right are works by Christine McFall and Lesley Obrock. Jennifer Landes and Scott Bluedorn Photos
The works near the entry in the “In the Cloud” exhibition are by, from left, Aaron Warkov, Colin Goldberg, Rowan Hausman, and Aurelio Torres.