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  • The Sag Harbor Village Board agreed to seek partial police patrols from the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department.
  •     Myron Levine of Sag Harbor had a vision to increase cash flow to charities here, and minutes before the announcement of the launching of All for the East End, the organization through which he aims to achieve it, he said he was “encouraged by the excitement already.”

  •     A new state-of-the-art hospital is in the works for the Stony Brook Southampton campus through a partnership between the State University at Stony Brook and Southampton Hospital, according to a nonbinding letter of intent signed by both parties and announced in a release dated Oct. 1. The 125-bed facility would join the university’s health care system, with a goal of the two hospitals’ working together to “improve health care quality and access, coordination of care, and efficiency for their patients.”

  •     On Sept. 9, just weeks after the death of her husband of 55 years, Marjorie Marie Brinkley, the mother of Christie Lee Brinkley, died at her Sag Harbor home. Donald Alan Brinkley, an award-winning television writer, director, and producer, died on July 14. The next day, their daughter said, his wife had a stroke, followed a week later by a heart attack. “She died of a broken heart” said the model and actress. 

  •     “Local food, spoken word, and foot-stomping music” will take over the fields at Shelter Island’s Sylvester Manor Educational Farm this weekend. Barn dancing, storytelling, and theater will also be part of Saturday’s attractions at the Plant and Sing Festival, as will all things organic, from planting to harvesting to culinary delights.

  • Graffiti whales painted by an anonymous vandal have appeared around Sag Harbor, including on the Schiavoni plumbing building, in front of the WLNG radio station, and the rear of the Getty station.
  • Delighted squeals, quiet engine on one of the year’s last trips to Long Wharf
  •    Christiana McMahon does not peer into a crystal ball or wear a scarf around her head, but she does hear, see, and feel what others cannot, she said, and shares the information via Skype and cellphone with an international client base. Ms. McMahon, who lives in Southampton, has had telepathic skills, including the ability to channel the spirits of those who have died, since she was born, she said, and has been using them full time as a professional intuitive consultant and medium for 10 years.

  •    An abundant harvest of South Fork food, beer, wine, history, art, music, and other entertainment will fill Southampton this weekend during the village’s SeptemberFest, which will kick off with a concert by New Life Crisis under a tent in Agawam Park tomorrow night.

  •     Sister Ann Marino, the director of Cormaria, a retreat house in Sag Harbor, knows that people passing by often wonder about the mansion with a wraparound waterfront porch and extensive gardens barely visible from Bay Street. In celebration of her 30 years as director, Sister Ann will welcome the public to explore the compound on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.

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