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  • East Hampton Village police have continued to crack down on dogs on the beach when they are not supposed to be, issuing eight summonses over the weekend to seven dog walkers.
  • A Mastic Beach man whose driver’s license has been suspended or revoked 37 times over the past 13 years was charged last Thursday night with felony unlicensed driving, following a traffic stop on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton.
  • A 29-year-old East Hampton woman with two drunken-driving convictions on her record remained in jail as of yesterday following her June 3 arrest on yet another such charge.
  • An era ended last Thursday evening at the Shagwong Tavern in Montauk as Jimmy Hewitt, the longtime owner, turned the keys over to new owners during a farewell party.
  • On one side of the question is the now well-established and very popular resort-night club Surf Lodge, on Edgemere Street in Montauk; on the other, East Hampton Town’s Architectural Review Board.
  • An early-morning altercation Saturday between a Bridgehampton man and an 83-year-old Northwest Woods woman ended with her hospitalization for a fractured skull.
  • The New York State Police Department has added at least two more squad cars to patrol in Montauk on weekend nights.
  • Last October, Mr. Shoshi, 29, distraught over his troubled marriage to a woman in his native Kosovo, had led East Hampton Town and Village police on a manhunt after firing three rounds from a shotgun inside the Springs house he shared with his parents.
  • A Sagaponack man, David Osiecki, 65, pleaded guilty on May 26 to one of two arson charges, admitting in a Central Islip courtroom that he had set the April 19, 2014, fire that seriously damaged a $34 million house on Dune Road in Bridgehampton. Its owner, Ziel Feldman, was an acquaintance of Mr. Osiecki’s.
  • To listen to some, men in fedoras in the Town of East Hampton are a sure sign that civilization as we know it has come to an end.

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