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  • April 5, 1990
    A second world indoor age-group track record in two months fell to John Conner, the 55-year-old Springs runner, as he beat an archrival, Cliff Pauling, in the 800-meter race at the 1990 Track Athletics Congress’s national masters indoor track and field championships in Madison, Wis., on March 25.

  • Monday, April 6
    SOFTBALL, Babylon vs. Pierson-Bridgehampton, Pierson High School, Sag Harbor, noon.

    Tuesday, April 7
    BOYS LACROSSE, East Hampton-Bridgehampton-Pierson at Elwood-John Glenn, 11 a.m.
    BASEBALL, Shoreham-Wading River at East Hampton, 11 a.m., and Stony Brook at Pierson, Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor, 4:30.

    Wednesday, April 8
    GIRLS LACROSSE, East Islip at East Hampton, 11 a.m.

  • Jason Lee, who is accused of raping a 20-year-old Irish woman in East Hampton in 2013, waived his right to a trial by jury on Tuesday and will instead be tried by New York State Supreme Court Justice Barbara Kahn in her Riverside courtroom beginning next week.
  • Bay Street Theater has announced that Jason Alexander, who had been set to star in “Other People’s Money,” the second play of the 2015 Mainstage summer season, has had to withdraw from the role because he is taking over for Larry David in “Fish in the Dark” on Broadway.

    The theater will announce Mr. Alexander’s replacement in the near future.

  • The John Drew Theater Lab will present a free staged reading of “Life Is Shorts,” an evening of short plays by Kat O’Neill, on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The program will weave together 18 brief plays written and directed by Ms. O’Neill.

  • East Hampton

    A Buckskill Road woman called police last Thursday, saying that she had had someone living in her house to walk her dogs for a few days while she was away, and had returned to find $50 in cash and a $600 Tiffany’s gift card missing. Neither had been left in the open. The card was found to have been used at Tiffany’s, which said it would issue Ms. Lewis a full refund if the merchandise is returned. If the money is returned as well, she told police, she will not press charges.

  • Young Playwrights Showcase

    Eight short plays by Bridgehampton and Ross School students who participated in the Young American Writers Project Middle School Playwriting program will be presented on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Stony Brook Southampton’s Avram Theater.

  • Dr. Morton Goldfarb, a urologist associated for many years with Brunswick Hospital in Amityville, of which he became medical director, died in Boynton Beach, Fla., on March 11 of lung cancer. He was 88 and had been ill for less than four months.

    Dr. Goldfarb, a graduate of New York Medical College who had served as president of the Nassau County Medical Society, did his residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, where he met Dorothy Jean Johnston. The couple married on March 14, 1953, and soon moved to Massapequa, where they raised four children.

  • Thomas P. Lavinio, who was the owner and operator of Lavinio Pools in Southampton and a pilot and member of the East Hampton Aviation Association, died on March 16 at home on Cedar Crest Road in North Sea. He was 87 and had been in declining health due to Alzheimer’s disease, his family said.

  • Steven J. Pomerantz, a building contractor who was an emergency medical technician with the Montauk Fire Department for 15 years, died at home in Montauk on March 16. The cause was cancer, from which he had suffered for several years, his brother David Pomerantz said.

    He was “a very, very giving person,” David Pomerantz said. “Besides his work in the community and all the building projects he left behind, he would drop whatever he was doing to help anybody at any time.”

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