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In new palliative care initiative, a nurse’s sole job is caring for homebound
“Seeing someone in their home allows you access to critical firsthand information that you just can’t get in an office,” said Diane Schade, a palliative care nurse-practitioner with East Hampton Family Medicine who sees Medicare patients at home. Chelsea Audibert


Michael J. Donelan of Springs remained in custody as of yesterday morning, unable to come up with the $7,500 bail set after East Hampton Town police charged him Sunday night with two felony drug possession charges. T.E. McMorrow

The former owners of the Service Station restaurant on Montauk Highway tried, but failed, to get approval for outdoor seating there, despite that being a feature of many previous restaurants at the site. David E. Rattray

Bridgehampton Main Street, which could be included in a new historic district with limits on exterior changes to storefronts. David E. Rattray

Hugh King had a laugh with Ken Collum at the East Hampton Historical Society lecture on Friday night at Clinton Academy. Durell Godfrey

Representative Lee Zeldin, with Donato Panico, left, a Smithtown deli owner who was Mr. Zeldin's guest at the State of the Union speech in Washington on Tuesday. Mr. Zeldin was aboard a chartered train that crashed in Virginia yesterday but was not hurt.

A good crowd turned out last year for the first-ever seed swap organized by the Long Island Regional Seed Consortium. One will be held on Saturday. L.I.R.S.C.

House sales were up virtually all across the South Fork
David E. Rattray

A lunar eclipse was visible over Gardiner's Bay and the Bell Estate in Amagansett on Wednesday morning. David E. Rattray