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  •     Memorial Day observances begin Monday morning at 9 with a ceremony at Main Beach in East Hampton for those members of the United States armed forces who were lost at sea.

        At 10 a.m. veterans and others will begin to gather near Guild Hall for a 10:30 parade along Main Street. Traffic will be diverted onto Dunemere and Further Lanes for the duration.

  • Amagansett

    A wallet containing $20 and an East Hampton High School I.D. card was stolen last Thursday from Jeffrey Yusko’s 2012 Honda Civic, which was parked on Katie Lane. Mr. Yusko told police that his son was at a party at a house there, and that his 17-year-old daughter’s wallet was in the car.

    East Hampton

  • Paint Like Pollock

        Family tours and drip-painting workshops will return to the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs on Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Joyce Raimondo will lead the workshop this weekend and every Saturday starting June 29. The cost is $35 per person. Advance registration has been requested via e-mail at or online at

    Seeds and Stories

  •     In a split vote on Tuesday, the East Hampton Town Board decided not to grant a zone change request by the owners of the Napeague property that houses Cyril’s bar and restaurant.
        Bonnie and Michael Dioguardi, who own the site as well as an adjacent parcel, had asked that the properties, now zoned for residential use, be placed instead in a neighborhood business zone.

  • East Hampton Town


        With summer coming, the ice-cream man will get another chance, the East Hampton Town Board decided on Tuesday.

  •     Kennett Love, who as a reporter for The New York Times saw firsthand the toppling of Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh of Iran in 1953, died on May 13 at Southampton Hospital. He was 88 and had lived in Sag Harbor. The cause was respiratory failure, his partner, Blair Seagram, said.
        According to an obituary in The Times, Mr. Love began work there in the paper’s clipping file rooms, known as the morgue, in 1948, after a short stint as a reporter at the Hudson-Dispatch in Union City, N.J. He became a reporter at The Times in 1950.

  •      Jeffrey Havlik, a retired member of the East Hampton Town Marine Patrol and a longtime member of the Montauk Fire Department, died in Montauk on Friday, a week after celebrating his 59th birthday. His death, caused by undiagnosed heart problems, was unexpected.

  •     Peter V. Darrow, who had a 35-year career as a corporate lawyer and had been a part-time resident of Sag Harbor for more than 30 years, died on Sunday at New York Presbyterian Hospital. His death was due to complications of multiple myeloma, for which he had been treated for four years, his family said. He was 62.

  •     Family was most important to Denise May Schramm, who lived for many years on Actors Colony Road on North Haven. Her love of children, no matter whose, attracted all the neighborhood kids, said Robert Schramm, her husband of 61 years. “I’m sure many of the now-adult kids from years gone by will have fond memories of her and the times we all had,” he said.
        Mrs. Schramm died at home on Sunday, family members at her side. She was 84 and had been diagnosed with hydrocephalus a year and a half earlier, her husband said.

  •     Lillian Wils, who lived in Sag Harbor for more than 50 years, died last Thursday at Southampton Hospital of cardiac arrest. She was 87.
        Mrs. Wils and her husband, Harry Wils Sr., raised seven children, all of whom survive her.
        A lover of cooking shows and Lifetime movies on Sunday afternoons, she was described by her children as a woman who didn’t like to be fussed with.

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