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  • A new impound yard for vehicles and objects obtained by the police was approved by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Aug. 8, but while initial steps were taken, the difficulty of getting projects underway, like those for Long Wharf and a waterfront park named for John Steinbeck, may not bode well for how long this one will take.
  • The hot, 80-degree weather suddenly felt cooler, and the bright summer sky slowly became an eerie gray.
  • Terry Kemper, a retired television executive and member of the East Hampton Fire Department, chases solar eclipses, and on Monday he will chase his 17th. Find out how you can too.
  • Despite the rain on Saturday, which forced the Rell Sunn Surf Contest in Montauk to be moved to Sunday, the event was a success.
  • A pickup truck hit a 14-year-old bicyclist at the intersection of Conklin Terrace and Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village just after noon last Thursday and drove away.
  • The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons will celebrate the 100th anniversary of suffrage in New York State — three years before the ratification of the 19th amendment to the Constitution — next Thursday with the recreation of a rally that took place in East Hampton 104 years ago.
  • Boats will no longer be able to obtain fuel on Long Wharf or at any other Sag Harbor Village facility, including its A-Dock, B-Dock, and Marine Park.
  • Godinez Rosendo, 35, of Southampton, southbound on Abraham’s Path in a Warren’s Nursery Ford pickup, told police a 10-foot sewage pipe had fallen off the truck.
  • Surfers, philanthropists, and spectators alike are hoping for waves on Saturday — the date of the East End Foundation’s 19th annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest at Ditch Plain Beach in Montauk.
  • A new collaboration between the East End Classic Boat Society and the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter aims to teach kids valuable skills that might even open doors for future careers.

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