Jefferson Davis Eames was led into East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday afternoon for his arraignment on a felony charge of grand larceny. T.E. McMorrow

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Young wordsmiths are loving the G-A-M-E and honing their S-K-I-L-L-S
How many words can you make from 25 random tiles? Mikhail Feaster, left, Carlos Carmona, center, and Jasmin DelGiorno ponder the challenge at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center. Debra McEneaney

Cops’ new shifts put more boots on ground

Seeks larger damage award in school lawsuit

Ex-police chief aims to join Republican ticket
Hoping to join Manny Vilar, right, who is running for supervisor on the G.O.P. ticket, are Paul Giardina, left, and Gerard Larsen, who want the two at-play seats on the town board.

Norma Bushman, center, and other staffers from the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter outlined their programs for youth at a meeting of the East Hampton Town Board last Thursday, following assertions by the East End New Leaders that the center has veered away from its original mission as a youth center. Durell Godfrey photos
Walker Bragman, a representative of the East End New Leaders, said the group would present a business plan to the town in the coming months as to how the RECenter building could be used after next year when the Y.M.C.A.’s current contract with the town expires.