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Jason Lee left court in Riverside yesterday afernoon after being found not guilty of rape. He had been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in East Hampton in 2013. Doug Kuntz
Jason Lee, with his wife, Alicia, outside the Riverside court building where his trail on rape charges unfolded over the past two weeks. The couple left separately following the not-guilty verdict.Doug Kuntz

While Friday's fire began in a refrigeration unit behind Rowdy Hall in East Hampton Village, it was the building to the south, which housed J. Crew, that suffered the most damage. Durell Godfrey

Photos by Gordon Grant
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Gordon Grant
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Nicholas C. Gray East Hampton Town police


Joanne Pilgrim

The new laws would ban helicopter flights from noon on Thursday to noon on Monday from May 1 to Sept. 30.

Jason Lee leaves Suffolk County Court flanked by his attorneys, including Edward Burke Jr., right. T.E. McMorrow

Bay scallops fresh from a South Fork harbor David E. Rattray

The former East Deck Motel is in a resort zone. T.E. McMorrow