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  •     The owner of Cyril’s, the summer-magnet restaurant and bar on Napeague, woke up at his Windmill Lane, Amagansett, residence at 4:30 a.m. on June 24 to find that $22,700 had been stolen from his bedside.

  •     A bicycle thief was caught red-handed on Friday by the bike’s owner, who had discovered her red Cannondale M300 mountain bike missing from a shed at her 12th Street house, off Gardiner Avenue in Springs, the day before.

  •     Sheila Carrie Okin, an Amagansett community activist and an East End spiritual leader, died on June 28 at Stony Brook University Medical Center after suffering a stroke and falling two days earlier. She was 75.

         For over 30 years, Ms. Okin had a career as a psychotherapist, both in New York and Amagansett.

        She had worked for 23 years at the New Hope Guild Center in Brooklyn as a therapist, becoming head of the school and administrative director.

  • The owner of Cyril’s, the popular restaurant and bar on Napeague, woke up at 4:30 a.m. on June 24 to find that $22,700 had been stolen from his Windmill Lane residence in Amagansett.

  • Lifeguards not yet on duty in preseason incident that nearly claimed a life
  • Former Memory Motel owner charged with evading sales and occupancy taxes
  •     A small building lot on an acre of waterfront property on Fort Pond in Montauk brought out a large group of neighbors at an East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals hearing on June 11.

        Timothy and Noell Twiggs, who own the undeveloped acre at 85 South Edgemere Street, had obtained several setback variances as well as a natural resources special permit in previous applications to the board. At their first hearing, in early 2012, no member of the public attended, a fact not lost on the board members.

  •     An East Hampton man who was involved in a fatal car accident two years ago was arrested shortly after 9 p.m. on Sunday and charged with driving while intoxicated. East Hampton Town police stopped Diego Barahona, 21, on Montauk Highway in Wainscott after receiving a call about an erratic driver.

  •     A Springs woman is facing a felony charge of drunken driving after a reported hit-and-run accident that led to her arrest a little after midnight Friday.

        Kathleen Rafferty was pulling out of the Wolfie’s Tavern parking lot on Fort Pond Boulevard in Springs when, according to a witness, her 2006 Subaru struck the front passenger door of a parked 1991 Lexus. The owner of the Lexus lives in Hampton Bays, according to East Hampton Town police.

  •    The reporter turned essayist turned novelist Tom Wolfe, seen through his own writings, will be the subject of a staged reading at Guild Hall tomorrow night at 8. Curated by Judith Auberjonois — “ I hate to use that word,” she said, “because it is a little too trendy, but I did curate it” — “Big Bad Wolfe” has her husband, Rene, playing the author, via excerpts from his work starting with the early 1960s.