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  • This ongoing series examines the changing face of East Hampton through a diverse group of students, getting to know their families and their interests — and documenting how they grow and change over time
  • An East Hampton Town fire marshal’s office investigation into a complaint of overcrowding at the Inn at East Hampton uncovered 61 violations related to New York State Fire Prevention and Building Code, but concluded that “the original complaint of overcrowding at the 20-unit motel was unfounded.”
  • For months now, a persistent rumor has been circulating that giant cruise ships will start docking in Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay, with thousands of disembarking passengers flooding an already-crowded summertime hot spot.
  • A converted motel serves as a semi-permanent home for local workers, many with young children, who are unable to find an apartment or bedroom that they can afford in a shared house.
  • Starting Friday, the red paper will have vanished and East Hampton Village will once again have a bookstore, as BookHampton prepares to reopen its doors. Since purchasing the shop from Charline Spektor in early March, Carolyn Brody has been hard at work, overseeing a gut renovation in short order.
  • “It’s the crust. The sauce has to be good, too. And don’t forget about the cheese,” said Mr. Giugliano, pizza maker extraordinaire at the Red Horse Market in East Hampton. “Anybody can make pizza, but you also need a heart. Without that, it doesn’t come out the way you want it to.”
  • Mary Bromley is always on call. Two phones were at the ready, her mobile phone and a landline, during a recent interview should any patients, or the police, need to reach her.

  • Prolific professor and historian has two secrets to his prodigious productivity: grazing and napping.
  • The Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt, which now includes 325 members, oversees 1,100 acres between Sag Harbor and Sagaponack — 800 acres of which are preserved by either the Nature Conservancy, Southampton Town, or Suffolk County.
  • Maritza Guichay hopes to serve as a voice for the growing Latino population long removed from local government. She co-chairs the Town of East Hampton’s newly formed Latino advisory committee.

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  • At East Hampton High School, for the second year in a row, two girls have been named valedictorian and salutatorian. Georgia Bennett is valedictorian and Cameron DiGate is salutatorian. They are cousins. Georgia will play the lead in next month's production of "Grease" and was also the valedictorian of her eighth-grade class at the East Hampton Middle School. Cameron is a student council representative and a varsity field hockey player. Come September, Georgia is headed to Northwestern University, while Cameron is undecided.