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  •     Things went from bad to worse to the verge of surreal early Monday morning for a New Hampshire man who neglected to dim his headlights for an oncoming car.

  •     The East Hampton Fire Department has unveiled its newest tool for firefighter training: a roofed structure built low to the ground to allow East End fire companies to practice the important skill of cutting open roofs to vent fires, to prevent dreaded flashovers for those fighting fires inside buildings.

  •     An East Hampton man is being held in Suffolk County jail in Riverhead after his arrest on a felony assault charge early Saturday evening.

  •     A 2011 Dodge, speeding and swerving on Main Street and then on Woods Lane in East Hampton, was pulled over a little after midnight Sunday, leading to the arrest of a Patchogue man, 22-year-old Anthony E. Cavuoto, on a charge of driving while intoxicated. East Hampton Village police said Mr. Cavuoto was going 55 miles per hour in a 30 m.p.h. zone.

  •    One person’s trash is another’s treasure was Bryan and Michele Gosman’s mantra as they assembled the pieces of what is now their dream house.

  • Police release surveillance camera images of red Jeep that may have a connection to the May 7 burglary of Springs house..
  •     A Wainscott woman who refused to be searched at East Hampton Town police headquarters following a car crash Sunday afternoon stripped off all her clothes in protest, according to the arrest report.
        Responding to a call reporting the 5 p.m. crash on Springs-Fireplace Road near Shadom Lane, police came upon a 2004 Chrysler that had gone off the road into a tree. The driver, Skyler M. Boothe, 33, told the officers she’d been talking on her cellphone and had lost control of the car.

  •     The East Hampton Town Police Department and the County District Attorney’s Office have closed a loophole in arrest procedures following a not-guilty verdict handed down in March by a local jury.

  •    Much like a chrysalis, the stage of Guild Hall’s John Drew Theater is undergoing a living transformation as the company of actors put together by director Stephen Hamilton embody their roles in the Martin McDonagh play “The Cripple of Inishmaan,” which opens for a very limited run on Wednesday.

  •     Dick Cavett’s Tick Hall, one of seven McKim, Meade, and White houses on the Montauk ocean bluffs, and two houses on the waterfront on the other side of the Montauk peninsula, have made for interesting agendas at recent East Hampton Town Zoning Board meetings. The latter, an  application for erosion-control work on Soundview Drive, was approved on Tuesday. A hearing on Mr. Cavett’s application met with favorable response on April 23, although a decision is pending.