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From the East Hampton Village Police Department, Sgt. Jeff Erikson, Officer Wayne Gauger, and Capt. Mike Tracey after Officer Gauger graduated from the Suffolk County Police Academy on Monday.East Hampton Village Police Department
From left, Officer Wayne Gauger, Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr., Officer Jessica Stavola, Chief Gerard Larsen, and the village board members Rick Lawler, Bruce Siska, Barbara Borsack, and Elbert Edwards.Christopher Walsh

Over on Union Street on Saturday, homemade shortcake with local strawberries and whipped cream will be served at the Old Whalers Church.

A selection of beautiful, hand-made surf boards are part of the exhibit “Surf Craft – Design and the Culture of Board Riding,” which local businesses and donors hope can soon be brought to LongHouse Reserve. Courtesy of Minghei International Museum in San Diego

Maidstone Club’s generosity ‘much appreciated’
The yoke three-person rescue was one of four demanding events in Sunday’s ocean lifeguard test at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett. Craig Macnaughton
Marikate Ryan, an East Hampton High School sophomore, became on Sunday the latest in a long line of Ryans to pass the ocean lifeguard certification test. Craig Macnaughton

Acres of panels could power 480 households

Ana Nunez will be ‘a tough act to follow’
Ana Nunez has been the East Hampton School District’s liaison to Latino parents who primarily speak Spanish. Ms. Nunez, who has been with the district since 2012, is leaving her position this summer to go to law school. Christine Sampson

Dying deer fan flames of opposition; officials discount allegations
A tagged fawn with its mother, also tagged, in East Hampton this winter Dell Cullum


The driver of a Jeep that rolled over after crossing the Cranberry Hole Road bridge in Amagansett on Saturday afternoon was badly injured and later charged with unlicensed driving, driving while intoxicated, and drug possession. David E. Rattray