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Two unrelated incidents early on Tuesday involving cars that slammed into utility poles sent the drivers first to the hospital and then to East Hampton Town Justice Court, where they were arraigned on charges of driving while intoxicated.
Through more than 20 years as a public school teacher and many years volunteering with organizations such as the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons and the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, Joy Lupoletti’s life on the East End was characterized by a call to public service.

Ada E. Edwards, one of nine children born to James C. Eichhorn Jr. and the former Angeline Miller, grew up on Meeting House Lane in Amagansett before washing machines or dishwashers were invented, and, as her parents’ third child and eldest daughter, was her mother’s right hand.
Alison Aldredge, a Southampton resident and early childhood teacher who had been the early childhood program coordinator and lead teacher at the Ross School in East Hampton, died while traveling in Oregon with her husband on July 5, three days short...
Edward Black, a longtime resident of the East End and a jack-of-all-trades who worked right up to the end, died of a heart attack on July 15 at Southampton Hospital. He was 77.
Against a photo of two codgers clinging for dear life to a contraption that looks to be an iron lung but is actually a piece of playground equipment, an online publication called Wellness Warrior reports that the latest phenomenon sweeping Europe and Asia is the “multigenerational playground.”
Several weeks ago, we briefly described an ostentatious party on one of East Hampton Town’s ocean beaches and suggested that a little more restraint by all concerned would not be a bad thing.
Call me a tree hugger. I like deer. I even like the deer who bed down in a hedgerow between our house and the library, or across the lane in a bushy area between two neighbors’ houses, or at the far, overgrown side of the property, beyond the barn. (Yes, even I admit, there have been too many deer in the village, too many for comfort and too many...
Jayma Cardoso, the owner of the Surf Lodge bar and restaurant in Montauk, went online last week and disputed a photograph that appeared on The Star’s website that showed several men urinating into Fort Pond.