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    A. and N. Caputo to E. Crotty, 93 Mulford Lane, .15 acre, Dec. 28, $405,000.
    P. Eames to Kensington Realty, 25 Handy Lane, .65 acre, Dec. 18, $235,000.
    P. O’Connell (by executor) to Goode and Janowski-Goode, 110 Montauk Highway, 1.5 acres, Jan. 14, $1,200,000.

    A. and H. Luchnick to E. Kaufman, 6 Sand Hill Lane, .92 acre, Dec. 19, $620,000.
    J. and R. Sheehan to P. Johnson and R. O’Leary, 3 Spy Glass Lane, .57 acre, Jan. 23, $1,195,000.

  • Thursday, March 14
    BOYS LACROSSE, East Hampton at William Floyd, scrimmage, 4:30 p.m.
    GIRLS LACROSSE, East Hampton at Hauppauge, scrimmage, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, March 15
    BASEBALL, East Hampton at Southampton, scrimmage, 4 p.m.

  • Max Cure Spin
        Fly Wheel Sports at 85 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, is participating in a nationwide fund-raiser for the Max Cure Foundation this Saturday, beginning at 2 p.m.

  •     All have been invited to dance and party at the Erin Go Mardi Gras Party at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theatre on Saturday at 8 p.m., which aims to combine Mardi Gras with the fun of St. Patrick’s Day.
        Joe Lauro’s Hoodoo Loungers and Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks will perform.
        Tickets are $15 in advance and can be purchased at the box office or online at Tickets at the door will be $25. Attendees have been asked to wear their best St. Patrick’s Day green or Mardi Gras finery.

  •     The third of four tours through the Bridgehampton Historical Society’s whaling exhibit, “Bridgehampton Whalers — A Farmer’s Life at Sea,” happens next Thursday at noon at the William Corwith House Museum there. Julie Greene, the society’s curator, will lead the tour. The exhibit celebrates men from Bridgehampton and nearby who went to sea to hunt whales and later retired as farmers.

  •     The Long Island premiere of “The Drawer Boy,” Michael Healey’s play about two farmers whose lives are turned upside down when a young actor comes to visit, will be the third production of the 2012-2013 Hampton Theatre Company season. Opening at the Quogue Community Hall next Thursday, it will run though April 7.

  •     Guild Hall will present a live high-definition screening of Zandonai’s “Francesca da Rimini” on Saturday at noon. The compelling opera, inspired by an episode from Dante’s “Inferno,” returns in the Metropolitan Opera’s production, last seen in 1986. Eva-Maria Westbroek, a soprano, and Marcello Giordani, a tenor, are the doomed lovers. Marco Armiliato conducts. Running time is approximately four hours. General admission is $22, $20 for members, and $15 for students.

  •     Peter Campus will discuss his video art as part of the Parrish Art Museum’s “The Artist’s View” series of gallery talks, tomorrow at 6 p.m.

  • Amagansett

    Vandals struck the Donald Lamb Building on Bluff Road over the Jan. 26-27 weekend. Damage to the East Hampton Town-owned property that houses the housing and community development and trustee offices included broken windows, cracked floodlights, and a broken fence rail. Police said that a chrome tire iron was found on the floor of the trustee meeting room, though it did not appear that anyone had entered the building. The cost of repairs was estimated at $800.

  •     Bill Jones, a former Sag Harbor Village trustee who is now a Suffolk County legislator, will speak about the village’s police union contract negotiations at a public forum on Saturday morning.
    Mayor Brian Gilbride has proposed to disband the force and have police services provided by another entity, or to eliminate several full-time positions in the department. In a recent press release, Mr. Jones said the “system is rigged in favor of police unions.”

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