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  • A young couple who bought a house on Queens Lane in East Hampton wound up losing hard-earned money and being evicted in February when the Suffolk County sheriff’s office showed up at the door.

    “I was seven months pregnant. There was two feet of snow outside,” Amanda Keyser said Monday. “It was a 72-hour eviction notice.”

  • A man who was a resident of Phoenix House, the drug treatment center on Industrial Road in East Hampton, was arrested after allegedly breaking into the East Hampton Town police car impound yard.
  • “The old man of the sea,” as Daniel G. Rodgers, a lawyer and advocate for East End commercial fishermen, called Stuart Vorpahl, has finally gotten paid for his pound of fish, 17 years after the fact.
  • Amagansett’s decades-old call for a public restroom in its town-owned parking lot behind Main Street, the existence of which would relieve not only tourists but the staff of the Amagansett Library, the business district’s only public facility, remains in limbo, but there may be other hope ahead.

  • Felicia R. Taylor, a former CNN anchorwoman, was arrested after an accident in Sag Harbor Village on Sept. 4.
  • Early on the morning of Sept. 5, outside the Memory Motel in Montauk, East Hampton Town police arrested Anthony Antorino, 22, of Huntington, accusing him of possessing cocaine. Police said the contents of the plastic bag they found in his pocket weighed over 500 milligrams, large enough to trigger a felony-level charge.

  • A guilty plea in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Sept. 9 may or may not be the final act in a 13-month conflict between Nirit Varenbut of Manhattan and her ex-husband, rooted in their custody battle over their 9-year-old son.
  • Montauk was the focus at the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Tuesday when members voted to hold a second public hearing on an application for construction on the oceanfront at Ditch Plain and approved an application from National Grid for work at its substation on Industrial Road.

  • A proposal for East Hampton Town’s first solar energy farm surged closer to reality on Sept. 2, after a site plan review before the town’s planning board produced little static.
  • For local police, the Labor Day weekend climaxed a hectic summer on and off the roads, with 14 people arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court on charges of driving while intoxicated.

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