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A Montauk man who had an infant and a 2-year-old in his car was arrested early Sunday morning on a felony charge of driving while intoxicated.

E.L. Doctorow's famous authorial confidence, political commentary, and explorations of family life are on masterful display in this posthumous collection.
An electrical problem with a light fixture in an industrial building in East Hampton sparked a quick-moving fire Tuesday morning, fire officials said.
A festival and street fair proposed for May 20 on Newtown Lane by the executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce became official on Friday when the East Hampton Village Board voted to approve a special live entertainment permit.
The high school edition of “The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses, will be screened at the East Hampton Library on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in a program for students 15 and older, their families, and educators.
Jen Wilson was watching “60 Minutes” at home in East Hampton last fall and heard high school students on the show say they were not aware of all the details of the Sept. 11, 2001, World Trade Center attacks, either because they were too young at the time or had not yet been born.

The aquatic area at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter closed on Sunday for repairs and is expected to reopen on May 13. The RECenter will remain open for use of the other areas of the building.

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Ken Robbins, a photographer who captured the landscape, wildlife, and people of the East End for four decades, died at home in Springs on March 9.
Eighth graders from the Montauk School accomplished something that many East Enders could not: They met Representative Lee Zeldin in person.

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AMAGANSETT B. Roaman to 76 Oak L.L.C., 76 Oak Lane, .44 acre, Jan. 18, $2,800,000. P. Hirschberg Trust to Farrell Holding Co., 184 Bluff Road, .48 acre, Jan. 6, $2,700,000.   BRIDGEHAMPTON D. Suskind to Ceres 16 L.L.C., 26 Barn Lane (vacant),...