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Space is still available in a Narcan training class that Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming is hosting in Montauk on Thursday night. 
The Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps will hold a blood drive in memory of Thomas Lateulere on Friday, Aug. 26, from 2 to 8 p.m. at the firehouse on Brick Kiln Road.
Officers called out to address complaints about pedestrian safety on Bridgehampton's Main Street busted a man heading to Montauk with 300 vials of liquid concentrated cannabis and 150 pre-made individually packaged marijuana-laced edible goods.
The organizers of a Sept. 24 reunion of the East Hampton High School class of 1966 are seeking a number of classmates for whom contact information has been lost.
Heather Langham, a dancer with the Radio City Rockettes, will join Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, the owner of Elements Fitness, a barre and dance fusion studio in East Hampton Village, for two-week camp for kids ages 7 to 15.
To an outsider, what looked like a pile of trash filling the commons room at the Springs School on Monday was, on closer inspection, a collection of materials intended to be taken apart and reassembled to create new contraptions by the kids at Camp Invention.
Two people were airlifted after accidents over the weekend.
For the first time since Lee White resigned from the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, leaving the panel with four rather than five members, an application had to be denied because a member recused himself and the remaining three members could not agree.
Elation brought on by last week’s surprising near-disappearance of the cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, bloom that appeared in Georgica Pond in East Hampton in June was dashed by a dramatic resurgence of the toxic algal bloom on Monday and Tuesday, which in turn was quickly followed by an order-of-magnitude decline.
Amagansett farmland north of the hamlet’s Main Street appears to be on the drawing board for development. Discussions of its purchase and preservation by East Hampton Town, using the community preservation fund, have apparently come to naught.
Typically, there are three or four arraignments in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Sunday mornings and frequently there are no lawyers present.
More than 60 Sag Harbor parents turned out on Monday night for a school board meeting that gave many a forum to show their support for the Sag Harbor School District’s superintendent, Katy Graves, whose employment contract has been the subject of recent community discussion.
Saturday is the day for the Springs Fisherman’s Fair, which will offer lots of its traditional pleasures but include some new ones, and will take place during the afternoon and early evening hours, for a change, this year.