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Jeff Eames sentenced to eight months, plus three years' probation.
Jefferson Davis Eames was led out of East Hampton Town Justice Court after being sentenced to eight months in county jail. T.E. McMorrow

At Hayground, a former pro is teaching a new generation the joys of riding
Jeff Mayer caught air at the Hayground School while his son, Luca, looked on. Their 1981 Kenworth semi and its creative-space trailer, is in the background. Adam Stennett
Jeff Mayer worked with Jim Dellavalle of Dellavalle Designs to build a BMX pump track on the Hayground campus, turning 264 tons of soil into a course of rolling mounds and banked turns.Jeff Mayer
Campers who use the pump track earn the right by helping to take care of it through a program called Dig to Ride. In the back row is the camp's director, Jon Snow.

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming is seeking re-election. Carissa Katz

Community chips in to give foster children memorable week with their siblings
Shiaasia, left, and Precious live together in a foster home in Queens. For 10 days in July they attend Camp Erutan in Springs, with other children in foster care. Judy D’Mello

Security and fire vessel can reach 30 knots
The Sylvia S. has seen the last of her fishing days. The wooden trawler, taking on water, was hauled from its berth at a public dock in Montauk this week. Jane Bimson

The cyanobacteria bloom that compelled the East Hampton Town Trustees to close Georgica Pond to the harvesting of crabs and other marine life has sufficiently diminished to allow its reopening. David E. Rattray

East Hampton Town police found spent shotgun shells in the street in front of this house on Oakview Highway. T.E. McMorrow

Native American life at Eastville house
A painting by David Bunn Martine, left, a Shinnecock artist, served as a colorful backdrop for a photo with Georgette Grier-Key, director of the Eastville Community Historical Society, at the opening of the society’s new exhibit, “Native American Life on the East End.” Durell Godfrey Photos
The exhibit includes artifacts, tintypes, cabinet cards, and vintage and contemporary photographs.

There is “one property unique to [oak wilt] disease, the tendency to drop leaves in the middle of the summer,” Margery Daughtrey, a plant pathologist at Cornell University’s research and extension service in Riverhead, said this week. Durell Godfrey

The 11-12 Maroon team coached by Chris Anderson finished pool play at 4-1 at the Pantigo fields Saturday by trouncing Southampton 10-0
Aryan Chugh was tagged out at the plate in the first inning, but that was to be the sole disappointment for the young Bonackers Saturday. Jack Graves
Katie Kuneth was the starter and closer in Saturday’s 9-10 Little League softball playoff game here with North Shore, which the locals wound up losing 9-8. “It was definitely a win for us,” said one of the team’s coaches, Matt Brennan. “That team we played today is third in the state.” Craig Macnaughton and Jack Graves Photos