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‘I hate East Hampton,’ says wife of Brazilian attorney in court next morning
Marcella Drumond of Brazil, left, navigated the United States legal system with the help of Trevor M. Darrell, an East Hampton lawye
Marcella Drumond of Brazil, left, navigated the United States legal system with the help of Trevor M. Darrell, an East Hampton lawyer, after her husband’s driving while intoxicated arrest late Saturday. T. E. McMorrow

Predators are taking eggs, stealing young

‘Don’t mess with my chickens,’ fowl owner says

Steven Gaines reflects on his 2011 town board run
Steven Gaines spoke about his unsuccessful 2011 race for East Hampton Town councilman
Steven Gaines spoke about his unsuccessful 2011 race for East Hampton Town councilman at a Hadassah lunch on Friday. David E. Rattray

Attorney for Committee to Stop Airport Expansion hints at an appeal

A parade of suspects entered East Hampton Town Justice Court Sunday morning after the second driving while intoxicated enforcement sweep in two weeks. T.E. McMorrow

Neighbors had warned officials previously
Lola, a 7-year-old Shih Tzu, was killed when a pit bull terrier attacked her last Thursday at her owner’s weekend house in Springs.

Party-house organizer arraigned in Southampton on 59 counts
Lee Hnetinka, right, with Michael A. Gajdos, his new attorney, was arraigned in Southampton Town Justice Court on Friday on 59 charges, mostly misdemeanors, in connection with alleged party house rentals. Hampton Pix

Residents ask town police to do more
Janis Hewitt

Montauk’s “two Mikes” bring shellfish to the table
Mike Martinsen, left, and Mike Doall
Mike Martinsen, left, and Mike Doall, are the “two Mikes” behind the Montauk Shellfish Company’s oyster farm in Lake Montauk. Russell Drumm