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Sag Harbor’s John Jermain Memorial Library is closed. It will reopen in two years with a new wing that will effectively double its size. The original building, as shown in this 1910 photo, will be restored.

Competitors accuse Saunders of ‘cybersquatting’

Candidates push to make financial management a nonpartisan endeavor
Candidates for East Hampton Town Board
At a recent fund-raiser, Sylvia Overby and Peter Van Scoyoc, candidates for East Hampton Town Board, joined a fellow Democrat, Zachary Cohen, right, who is running for supervisor.

Teaching students how to play musical instruments was much harder than teaching them to carry a tune, Ralph Urban said. Janis Hewitt

David Hartstein was cleaning basement before illness
Friends and former patients left flowers outside David Hartstein’s office after news broke that the East Hampton chiropractor, inset, had died suddenly, we know now, of hantavirus. Jane Bimson

A fire badly damaged Marjorie Conlon’s Woodbine Drive, Springs, house on Monday afternoon. No one was home at the time, and there were no reported injuries. Morgan McGivern

From pinpointing access to broadened dispatch
Dispatchers who receive a water or beach emergency call will immediately contact not only the police and emergency medical services but also the town’s volunteer ocean rescue squad.

Mull MTK festival’s charitable donation list

Town-owned space could be used for two additional classrooms this fall
The Springs Youth Association building, which is on Springs School land but is owned by East Hampton Town, may be used to house overflow classes in the fall. Bridget LeRoy

Even with court okay, village can set conditions