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  • Two Springs men ended up in Stony Brook University Hospital Monday night after a fight on Clinton Street in Springs. Capt. Chris Anderson of the East Hampton Town Police Department said one of the men swung a machete at the other, inflicting "several serious wounds to his torso."

  • East Hampton Village police arrested a New York man Sunday morning after he reportedly left the scene of an accident near Hook Mill.
  • If you love gripping theater in an intimate setting that challenges you to think, stop reading right now and call the box office of the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall to make reservations for “Red,” the Tony Award-winning play currently being revived there.

  • The three occupants of a Mercedes involved in a crash at about 4 a.m. Saturday morning in Amagansett were able to walk away from the vehicle unhurt, despite the fact that the car flipped over, landing on top of a parked truck, then flipped through the air again, landing back on its tires.
  • It's Memorial Day weekend, and everyone it seems has headed east, including a man who spent four months in jail in 2012 for making himself at home in the rap mogul Sean Combs's Northwest Woods house without Diddy's permission.
  • Jason Lee, the former Goldman-Sachs managing director who was arrested last summer in East Hampton on charges that he raped a 20-year-old Irish student, was ordered today to refrain from any further contact with the woman.
  • Cyril's Fish House, the popular roadside restaurant on the Napeague stretch, has received the okay to open this weekend, having cleared its final legal hurdle today in New York State Supreme Court.
  • The unofficial start of summer kicks off this weekend with several changes in the strategy and tactics of the East Hampton Town Police Department.
  •     Police made two arrests in recent days of people they say were driving drunk with children as passengers, and in both cases there could be multiple felony charges.

        A Scarsdale, N.Y., man was charged with three felony counts of aggravated drunken driving after being arrested last Thursday afternoon by East Hampton Town police.

  •     They came together in a rehearsal studio on 42nd Street in the Broadway district on May 5 to embark on an artistic journey.

        “Conviction,” a drama by Carey Crim that will begin its world premiere run at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Tuesday, was about to receive its first read through, the very first step in what would have to be an intense rehearsal period.

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