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If the past week was any indication, drivers will need to be especially watchful on local roads this summer. The week saw 11 arraignments in East Hampton Town Justice Court involving defendants charged with driving while intoxicated.
Lester Forbell Jr., who was called Zeke by family and friends, died at home on Queens Lane in East Hampton on June 7.
What's on the police logs this week:
Stephen Soreff, a sculptor who had taught design for many years at C.W. Post College of Long Island University, died of lung cancer on April 23 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
Improving crosswalks and searching for a police chief in the Town of Southampton.
A proposed East Hampton Town law that would allow downtown Montauk restaurants to have legal sidewalk dining will be the subject of a hearing tonight at 6:30 at Town Hall.
No matter where one might stand on the question of Napeague Truck Beach, it is likely that no one is going to be happy once the verdict is announced in the ongoing lawsuit, probably at the end of the summer.
The East Hampton Town Board appears ready to put a measure on the November ballot intended to provide up to 20 percent of the community preservation fund for water quality improvement. Despite its backers’ good intentions, this has the makings of a massive boondoggle, leaving far too much to the discretion of politicians, if it were approved by...
The old $50 lawn mower that I bought quite a few years ago from Harvey Bennett may have mowed its last lawn. At this point, I don’t remember if I had spotted it in the Star classifieds or if Harvey had mentioned that he had one to sell. But for $50, how bad could it be?