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Interfaith forum on morality

Vintage postcard collection offers glimpse of East Hampton’s bygone days
East Hampton beachgoing in days of yore. Courtesy of East Hampton Historical Society

Oct. 20, 1928-Aug. 19, 2018
Mary Frances Ecker Oct. 20, 1928-Aug. 19, 2018

The novelist Frederic Tuten, a.k.a. the Bronx Brisket, trained the Lady Columnist for the 70th annual Artists and Writers Softball Game.

17 arrested; coke, pills, and $100K cash seized
Gilberto Quintana-Crespo, in front, was among the many defendants led into East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday to be arraigned on charges related to the takedown of what investigators said was the “largest narcotics distribution ring in and around Montauk.” Carissa Katz
According to the district attorney, the job of Geraldo Vargas-Munoz, top left, was to arrange for the transportation of narcotics into Suffolk County, sell drugs, and supply other drug dealers. Top right, Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini, flanked by investigators with the D.A.’s East End Drug Task Force, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, announced the arrests of 17 people involved in the alleged drug conspiracy. Police executed search warrants at five locations in Montauk on the morning of Aug. 15 and found cash, cocaine, pills, and packaging materials, below. Carissa Katz, Sheila Kelly, and Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Photos


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Kenneth Faried, who was traded to the Brooklyn Nets in July, was charged with a misdemeanor after police said they found more than two ounces of marijuana on him Sunday night. Southampton Town Police Department