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The departure of Uber, the app-based car service, following a blitz of tickets given its drivers for lacking the required town taxi licenses, has two East End taxi company owners jumping into the breach.
The 21 Uber drivers facing misdemeanor charges of operating a car for hire without being licensed by the Town of East Hampton agreed Monday to pay fines of $400 each in return for the town lowering the charges to simple violations.
The Bridgehampton Fire Department responded to a small fire coming from a ceiling in a Sagg Main Street house on Sunday morning.
East Hampton High School's class of 2015 received their diplomas on Friday evening.
One of the young men injured in an early-morning crash was set to graduate from East Hampton High School on Friday.