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Veterans marched in the Memorial Day parade in East Hampton in 2015. Morgan McGivern

Safelite AutoGlass is back in business despite a fire on Monday night. Safelite

As part of a plea deal, Jefferson Davis Eames admitted in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday that he had fled police while driving under the influence of drugs, gave a quarter of a Xanax pill to a teenager, and allowed a party with under-age drinking to take place at his house. T.E. McMorrow

Firefighters doused a fire at the Safelite AutoGlass building in Bridgehampton on Monday evening. Michael Heller photos

Objections to plan to control outdoor amenities
The deck at Gosman's in Montauk Jennifer Landes

Laura Tooman takes reins of active C.C.O.M.
Laura Tooman comes prepared. For the last six years, she served as executive assistant to Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. Previously, she worked for the State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Peconic Estuary Program. She holds a master’s degree in environmental policy. Durell Godfrey

Three months of fund-raisers that support a wide range of charities and cultural institutions
Jesse Spooner, Georgica James Spooner, and Nicole Delma attended last year’s Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic benefit in Bridgehampton. Morgan McGivern

Occupants’ only hint that something was wrong was a glow in the night sky
The roof and second floor of a house on Talmage Farm Lane in Springs were damaged by smoke and fire Saturday night. Michael Heller

Cohen wants Dem line; Larsen eyes Indy ticket

Montauk Observatory brings heavens within reach
The Montauk Observatory building nearing completion on the Ross School campus will offer people a chance to book a slot online and remotely command the observatory roof to slide open, allowing a professional-grade telescope to home in and transmit a view of the night sky to a user’s computer screen. Judy D’Mello