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    M. Edwards to G. Lombardi, 16 Grove Street, .39 acre (vacant), Oct. 2, $505,000.

    Fair Hills Two L.L.C. to A. and A. Freilich, 1 Shady Path, .99 acre, Sept. 19, $3,925,000.
    B. Tichner to J. Mergler, 8 Scuttlebut Farm, 1.84 acres, Sept. 23, $5,175,000.
    W. Nanton to 986 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike, 986 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turn­­pike, .2 acre, Sept. 23, $225,000.
    M. Malek and M. Lorenz to N. and J. Schumaker, 11 West Pond Drive, .93 acre, Sept. 23, $6,785,000.

  • November 2, 1989

    A penalty stroke midway through a 10-minute overtime period by Megan Barnett that banged against the back of Riverhead’s goal, beating the keeper on her stick side, gave the East Hampton High School field hockey team a 3-2 first-round county playoff victory here yesterday.

  • Helen Harrison will sign copies of her new book, “Jackson Pollock,” on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

    The book is a primer on the artist with a concise background and a description of his art during various periods of his life. It is part of the Phaidon publishing house’s Focus series of monographs and is amply illustrated.

  • Emergency workers in East Hampton Town got some practice Sunday in dealing with a large-scale mass casualty incident during a drill at the Amagansett Farm.
  • A funeral today in East Hampton for Thomas A. Twomey, a lawyer and community leader who died on Sunday, was attended by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton.
  • Amagansett

    Four custom-made scallop dredges and their frames were stolen out of William P. Carman’s boat, which was in his front yard on Abraham’s Path between 5 p.m. on Nov. 6 and 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 7. All told the cost to replace them is $550.

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  • Montauk residents concerned about hunting on Fort Pond in proximity to the houses ringing its shores, as well as downtown Montauk, appealed to the East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday to restrict hunting on the pond. A petition with over 100 signatures supporting a hunting ban was submitted to the previous board in 2012, Jane Bimson said at a board work session, but no action was taken. She urged the current board to consider the matter.

  • CMEE, Sima, and a Ballerina

    Finger painting is always fun, but when you make your own finger paints it’s even better, and on Saturday at 10 a.m. kids 2 to 6 can do just that at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. After mixing the paints, they will create their own masterpieces. The cost is $15, including museum admission, or $10 for members. On Sunday at the museum, Sima will read stories about fall at 11:30 a.m. The story time is free with museum admission.

  • Barbara S. Moore, who had lived in East Hampton since 2002, died in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 28 with her husband, children, and beloved springer spaniel by her side. She was 66 and had ovarian cancer.

  • Barbara Gordon Rickards, who lived on Schellinger Road in Amagansett for the last 35 years of her life, died of heart failure at home on Monday. She was 84 and had been in declining health for the past year.

    “She enjoyed her family,” said her daughter Liz Pucci of East Hampton. “She enjoyed antiquing and painting — she was a painter.”

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