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  • Sydney Ireland, a part-time resident of Bridgehampton, has spent the past four years publicly advocating that girls be admitted as full members of the Boy Scouts. Still, the news came as a surprise.
  • An ongoing discussion about a possible deletion in the Sag Harbor Village code having to do with the posting of notices for every application made to the board of historical preservation and architectural review continued during the village board meeting on Tuesday.
  • October is domestic violence awareness month, which is fitting for a new lecture and workshop series about healthy relationships and self-esteem building that will be held at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton.
  • A 28-year-old from Nashville, with a history of drunken driving in Tennessee, was only in town over the weekend to attend a wedding with his parents and girlfriend, but now has to return to East Hampton Justice Court to answer felony drunken-driving charges.
  • Instead of going home after a long workday, over 100 Latino students attend a two-hour English as a second language program in Wainscott on Thursdays. However, unlike typical students, they range from 20 to 40 years old, and are thrilled to be there.
  • “The outdoors is very much a part of the indoor living,” Arthur Beckenstein said of the house nestled in lush foliage overlooking Three Mile Harbor where he and his husband, John O’Rourke, live.
  • A 19-year-old who has been living in Montauk since March was charged on Monday with two felony counts of burglary.
  • In a telephone interview this week, Martin Drew disagreed with Jim Grimes’s version of the events that led to his arrest.
  • A 2010 Toyota hit a train trestle last week, but unlike the familiar trestle collisions in East Hampton Village, the height of the vehicle was not the cause.
  • “You’ll see things you’ve never seen done in the water before,” Jace Panebianco said of his new action water sport film, “Paradigm Lost.”

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