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    The Town of East Hampton is warning residents of a “misleading” fundraising letter that’s been circulating in the town. The US Deputy Sheriff’s Association, a nonprofit out of Wichita, Kansas, is asking Hamptonites to contribute to the “Drive for America’s Police and Sheriff’s Emergency Equipment Shortage,” requesting donations to pay for bulletproof vests and body armor for police officers. But town authorities have told locals, “This fundraising effort is not affiliated with our local police . . . Our department has not received, nor does it expect to receive, equipment donations from this group.” David Hinners, director of the USDSA, denied any deception, telling us, “Nowhere does it say in the letter we are doing fundraising for that area. We are...
    EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Authorities want your help bagging a bag bandit. Suffolk County and East Hampton Village police say a woman stole a handbag worth more than $1,500 from the Kirna Zabete shop on Newtown Lane. It happened on Sept. 12 at 12:55 p.m. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward information leading to an arrest. You can submit a tip by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or online by clicking here. All calls and emails will be kept confidential. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.    
    Billionaire Ron Perelman (pictured in 2015) has revealed that he is parting ways with numerous assets that he no longer uses or even wants in order to live a more simpler life Billionaire Ron Perelman has revealed that he is parting ways with numerous assets that he no longer uses or even wants in order to live a more simpler life as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact his business empire.  'I realized that for far too long, I have been holding onto too many things that I don’t use or even want,' the 77-year-old said in a statement.  'I concluded that it’s time for me to clean house, simplify and give others the chance to enjoy some of...
    Creek Fire ignites fire management debate on 102 million trees killed by beetles, drought Spice Up Pumpkin Spice Season With These 7 Custom Starbucks Drink Orders Ron Perelman is selling assets that he doesnt use or even want © Provided by Daily Mail Billionaire Ron Perelman (pictured in 2015) has revealed that he is parting ways with numerous assets that he no longer uses or even wants in order to live a more simpler life Billionaire Ron Perelman has revealed that he is parting ways with numerous assets that he no longer uses or even wants in order to live a more simpler life as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact his business empire.  © Provided by Daily Mail...
    A surprising waterfront compound in East Hampton is in contract for round $70 million, sources inform Gimme Shelter. If it sells for that value, it could be the most costly Hamptons sale of 2020 — a yr through which the coronavirus pandemic pushed space demand (and gross sales costs) to file highs. The sprawling property at 12 and 15 W. Dune Lane options two properties alongside the Atlantic Ocean, all on 3.four acres beside a 90-acre golf course. Situated on “one of the vital fascinating streets on the town,” the compound has ample frontage on Wiborg Seaside between East Hampton Essential Seaside and Egypt Seaside. The principle home, designed by famed architect Robert A.M. Stern in 2000, is 8,000...
    A stunning waterfront compound in East Hampton is in contract for around $70 million, sources tell Gimme Shelter. If it sells for that price, it would be the most expensive Hamptons sale of 2020 — a year in which the coronavirus pandemic pushed area demand (and sales prices) to record highs. The sprawling estate at 12 and 15 W. Dune Lane features two properties along the Atlantic Ocean, all on 3.4 acres beside a 90-acre golf course. Located on “one of the most desirable streets in town,” the compound has ample frontage on Wiborg Beach between East Hampton Main Beach and Egypt Beach. The main house, designed by famed architect Robert A.M. Stern in 2000, is 8,000 square feet and...
    Billionaire Ron Perelman has reportedly continued to downsize his belongings this month with his 57-acre mansion in East Hampton. The affluent American banker is reportedly considering offers for his sprawling, palatial home dubbed 'The Creeks' for about $180million, sources to New York Post. A Perelman spokesperson told the publication that luxurious estate, which sits right near Georgica Pond and is shrouded in privacy, was not for sale 'officially or unofficially.' But brokers linked to wealthy clients have reportedly gotten indications from Perelman insiders that the property may be available as a 'whisper' listing. The New York Post reported that Ron Perelman, the billionaire chairman to Revlon, is entertaining offers for his East Hampton home (pictured) Sources told NY...
    Meryl Streep's nephew Charles Harrison Streep, 31, (pictured) has been charged with attacking a student The college student who was allegedly attacked by Meryl Streep's nephew in an East Hampton road rage incident has accused the 31-year-old of racism for yelling anti-Hispanic slurs while grabbing him by the neck.  David Peralta, 18, was hospitalized with severe head trauma and needed emergency surgery after the altercation with Charles Harrison Streep, 31, in a parking lot outside a Chase bank in the affluent New York town on August 24.   Streep, the son of Meryl's brother Dana Streep and his wife Mary, was arrested days later and charged with beating and choking the Long Island student. Peralta is now planning to sue...
    Meryl Streep’s nephew, a New Canaan High School graduate, could be facing more trouble following a road rage incident on Long Island that left his victim with life-threatening injuries. Charles Harrison Streep, 31, allegedly assaulted his 18-year-old victim in the parking lot of a Chase Bank on Main Street in East Hampton on Monday, Aug. 24, causing “serious head trauma,” East Hampton Village Police said in a press release. The teenager was airlifted to Stony Brook Hospital within an hour after the attack, where he underwent emergency surgery that included the removal of his skull cap to stem bleeding from his brain. His lawyers say that he is now suffering from cognitive issues and is “facing a long and uncertain...
    EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Meryl Streep’s nephew was reportedly arrested in a road rage incident in East Hampton. Police there say 21-year-old Charles Harrison Streep got into a fight this week with a driver in a Chase Bank parking lot. According to numerous published reports, that is Meryl Streep‘s nephew. Police say the 18-year-old victim suffered head trauma and needed surgery. Charles Harrison Streep was arrested Thursday and charged with assault and strangulation. He was released on $5,000 bail. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    Famed actress Meryl Streep’s nephew was arrested on Long Island after being involved in a road rage incident that left his alleged victim in need of emergency surgery for a head injury. Charles Harrison Streep, 31, allegedly assaulted his victim in the parking lot of a Chase Bank on Main Street in East Hampton this week, causing “serious head trauma,” East Hampton Village Police said in a press release. The victim has not been identified by investigators, but according to multiple reports, it was an 18-year-old from the Springs section of East Hampton who was driving a Ford sedan. Police said that Streep’s victim pulled off Main Street into the Circle, on his way to the Chase parking lot prior...
    Meryl Streep's nephew, 31-year-old Charles Harrison Streep, was arrested this week. The Oscar winner's relative was allegedly involved in a serious road rage incident that took place in East Hampton, New York, on Monday that left an 18-year-old driver with a serious head trauma requiring emergency surgery, The Independent reported. After detectives tracked him down, Charles was arrested on Thursday and charged with with felony counts of second-degree assault and second-degree strangulation, the site claimed. He was arraigned and released on $5,000 bail, police stated in a press release. Family trouble: Meryl Streep's nephew, 31-year-old Charles Harrison Streep, was arrested this week. Here she is seen in September 2019 He was allegedly involved in a serious road rage incident that took...
    Meryl Streep’s nephew was busted in East Hampton on Thursday in an alleged road rage incident that left the victim requiring emergency surgery for a head injury, police said. Charles Harrison Streep, 31, is accused of assaulting the victim in the parking lot of a Chase Bank on Main Street on Monday, causing “serious head trauma,” East Hampton Village Police said in a press release. The victim wasn’t identified, but local outlets, including The Independent, said he is an 18-year-old from nearby Springs who was driving a Ford sedan. The victim had just pulled off Main Street into the Circle, which leads to the Chase park ing lot, as Streep, in an Audi convertible, was pulling out around 11:30 a.m.,...
    Meryl Streep’s nephew was busted in East Hampton on Thursday in an alleged street rage incident that left the sufferer requiring emergency surgical procedure for a head damage, police mentioned. Charles Harrison Streep, 31, is accused of assaulting the sufferer within the car parking zone of a Chase Financial institution on Fundamental Avenue on Monday, inflicting “critical head trauma,” East Hampton Village Police mentioned in a press launch. The sufferer wasn’t recognized, however native shops, together with The Unbiased, mentioned he’s an 18-year-old from close by Springs who was driving a Ford sedan. The sufferer had simply pulled off Fundamental Avenue into the Circle, which results in the Chase car parking zone, as Streep, in an Audi convertible, was...
    Meryl Streep’s nephew was busted in East Hampton on Thursday in an alleged road rage incident that left the victim requiring emergency surgery for a head injury, police said. Charles Harrison Streep, 31, is accused of assaulting the victim in the parking lot of a Chase Bank on Main Street on Monday, causing “serious head trauma,” East Hampton Village Police said in a press release. The victim wasn’t identified, but local outlets, including The Independent, said he is an 18-year-old from nearby Springs who was driving a Ford sedan. The victim had just pulled off Main Street into the Circle, which leads to the Chase parking lot, as Streep, in an Audi convertible, was pulling out around 11:30 a.m., Lieutenant...
    After Web page Six reported that there was a crackdown on Hamptons sizzling spots within the coronavirus period this summer season, Bridgeton Holdings’ Marram lodge is the newest goal. East Hampton’s City Board has sought an injunction to ban “continued use of the premises,” explaining in a launch on Friday that the swanky Montauk digs have been cited for ongoing violations together with “the creation and use of a number of unapproved bar areas,” in addition to an “unauthorized conversion of a retail snack bar to a full-service restaurant with an expanded out of doors cooking space.” The eatery, Mostrador Marram, has cooks from Il Buco. Fees had been issued July 14 and July 18 with citations for “lack...
    After Page Six reported that there has been a crackdown on Hamptons hot spots in the coronavirus era this summer, Bridgeton Holdings’ Marram hotel is the latest target. East Hampton’s Town Board has sought an injunction to prohibit “continued use of the premises,” explaining in a release on Friday that the swanky Montauk digs have been cited for ongoing violations including “the creation and use of multiple unapproved bar areas,” as well as an “unauthorized conversion of a retail snack bar to a full-service restaurant with an expanded outdoor cooking area.” The eatery, Mostrador Marram, has chefs from Il Buco. Charges were issued July 14 and July 18 with citations for “lack of site plan approval, no building permit,...
    The mysterious Chinese seeds have hit the tony enclave of East Hampton. East Hampton resident Jenny Carmona, a stylist at Amagansett’s LaParlour salon, posted a shot of unsolicited seeds sent from Suzhou, China, on her Facebook page this week noting: “So, no jokes Got this in the mail 2 days ago. I DID NOT order any seeds from China.” She later updated her post saying, “NY Department of agriculture directed me to seal them In a Ziploc bag and mail it to them. If you get them do the same. All the states are reporting these suspicious specimens according to the department of agriculture.” Another East Hampton resident and his wife also received the creepy packages. The seeds first started...
    Only in East Hampton do artists literally offer up free money on a silver platter. Later this summer, the interactive exhibit “Free Clean Money” — a collaboration by artist Katherine McMahon and musician Ray Angry, to be held at Guild Hall — will feature trays of $1 bills for guests to help themselves to, “with no … conditions,” said McMahon. Throughout the night — or, at least, as long as the $500 lasts  — she will routinely sanitize the currency with Lysol spray, while Angry performs his latest work, “The Protest,” on a nearby piano. The idea was “born out of this fantasy that money is free —  but money is never free or clean,” McMahon said. “[It] contends with...
    Wealthy New York families who’ve fled to their Hamptons country homes during the coronavirus pandemic are busy making plans to keep their kids in schools out East in September instead of returning to the city. Avenues: The World School — the pricey private Chelsea school with international locations in Brazil and China, and alumni such as Suri Cruise — is launching an East Hampton location in September to accommodate families. The school’s found a spot at the Hampton Country Day Camp, and Avenues’ director said, according to the East Hampton Star, “The facilities and grounds of the camp are ideal for cultivating the learning environment and community of the studio, and we look forward to launching our program in...
    Rich New York households who’ve fled to their Hamptons nation houses throughout the coronavirus pandemic are busy planning to maintain their youngsters in colleges out East in September as an alternative of returning to the town. Avenues: The World College — the dear non-public Chelsea faculty with worldwide areas in Brazil and China, and alumni similar to Suri Cruise — is launching an East Hampton location in September to accommodate households. The college’s discovered a spot on the Hampton Nation Day Camp, and Avenues’ director stated, in keeping with the East Hampton Star, “The services and grounds of the camp are perfect for cultivating the educational setting and group of the studio, and we stay up for launching our...
    In 2014, investor Barry Rosenstein spent a record $147 million on an East Hampton mansion — the Hamptons’ most expensive property ever. But now another East Hampton home that Rosenstein owns, at 27 Drew Lane, has sold for $35.75 million, according to property records. That may sound like a chunk of change, but it’s actually just half of the home’s original $70 million asking price when it first listed in 2018. Barry Rosenstein, seen here in 2015, just sold his East Hamptons home at a massive discount. (Adam Jeffery/CNBC/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images, File) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Per an old Realtor.com listing, the modern home is a sprawling 13,626 square feet and sits on 1½ acres in...