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    A Montauk man, Orlando Roberts, 31, was arrested last Friday afternoon for the third time since September, this time after allegedly violating an order of protection.
    The first drunken-driving arrest of the new year occurred shortly after midnight on Jan. 1, when East Hampton Town police stopped Selma C. Caplan, 46, of Northwest Woods, saying she had been swerving over road lines into oncoming...
    Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett was the site of a serious accident on Monday at dusk when a westbound 2012 Chevrolet driven by Eleanor Glennon, 81, of Amagansett, ran into a 2004 GMC truck parked on the shoulder. Mrs. Glennon...
Amagansett Henry Guzman of Springs reported his black Apple iPhone 4S stolen from the Amagansett Laundromat on the day after Christmas. He had set it down just for a minute, he told police, to pay attention to his young daughter. East Hampton...
    Elayna Martin, a daughter of Diane and Tom Martin of East Hampton, and Eban Ball, the son of Kammy and Donny Ball of Amagansett, were married on Sept. 28 at Martha  Clara Vineyards on the North Fork.     The...
    Johnson Nordlinger, East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson’s assistant, abruptly resigned from her job, without notice, on Friday.     Ms. Nordlinger, a Montauk resident, declined to comment this week,...
East Hampton Town Tax Day Descends     Payments of the first half of 2012-13 East Hampton Town property taxes are due today and can be made in person at the town tax receiver’s office on Pantigo Place in East Hampton until...
Bugly Bugs     Talking Hands Theatre will spin a tale of insects and what makes each one unique in “The Bugaboo Revue” on Saturday at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre in Sag Harbor. The show is...
    “I count myself a lucky survivor and am pleased, as I hope readers will be, with what I’ve done with my time,” Harvey Shapiro wrote in the author’s note of his final book of poems, “The Sights Along...
    William Cathor of Montauk, a retired New York City police officer, died while enroute to Southampton Hospital on Dec. 17. He was 63 had lung cancer for three-and-a-half years.     Mr. Cathor was an army veteran and...
    Like most college students, Grace Kaufman went to class and did her homework.  Unlike most of her classmates, however, she had earned her first academic degree when Franklin D. Roosevelt was president. Ms. Kaufman, a longtime...
    Catherine O’Neill, who helped found the Women’s Refugee Commission in 1989 and in a long career had worked for the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund among other notable organizations, died on Dec. 26...
    Sandra Cantey, a master gardener who designed the gardens at Home, Sweet Home in East Hampton in the 1970s and was also involved in a number of other village activities, died at Southampton Hospital on Dec. 28 after a long illness...