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  • Kate Morgan Wyckoff-Holmes, an artist who lived in Sag Harbor for many years and who specialized in garden design, died at home in Key West, Fla., on Aug. 30.
  • Kirk White, an interior designer who had a long and illustrious career, initiating the “Room of the Month” window of the W & J Sloane rug and furniture store in Manhattan and designing a complete house inside the store, died at home at Bayberry Close in East Hampton Village on Saturday.
  • Alfred Grella, a Marine Corps veteran who was awarded the Purple Heart after being wounded in World War II, and who had been a professional baseball player with New York Giants farm teams, died at home in Springs yesterday.
  • Helen Walsh, a 10th-generation descendant of Thomas Talmage, one of East Hampton’s original settlers, died on Sept. 14 at the Hamptons Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing in Southampton.
  • Allen Bradley Bennett, a Bonacker who grew up in Springs and lived most of his life in Amagansett, died on Aug. 26 at Southampton Hospital.
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    Stephanie Bayless got up from a ledge near the front of the Stephen Talkhouse early on the morning of Aug. 18 to take a photograph of the cigarette machine. When she went back, she told police, her Tiffany purse, containing $270 in cash and two debit cards, was gone.

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  • The East Hampton Library’s 2017 budget, a $2.46 million spending plan that includes a 6.9-percent year-over-year spending increase, passed Saturday with a final tally of 93 to 16.
  • The Town of Southampton and Long Island Power Authority have reached an agreement that ends a multiyear dispute.
  • Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
  • Our Fabulous Variety Show, an East End troupe of actors whose theatrical performances help raise money for nonprofit groups, will present “Neverlanded,” an original and contemporary take on J.M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan,” in four performances at Guild Hall this weekend.

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