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  •    Spring is literally springing through the air for the Springs Community Theater, as its actors soar above the stage during rehearsal at Guild Hall for a new production of the ever-popular 1954 musical version of the J.M. Barrie classic, “Peter Pan.”
        “It was a dream of hers. She always wanted to do it,” Barbara Mattson, the producer, said of her long-time friend, and co-driving force behind the company, Jayne Freedman.

  • An employee carrying much of the holiday weekend’s cash in a bank-drop bag was robbed at gunpoint by another man Saturday night in the parking lot behind the IGA on North Main Street in East Hampton.
  • The late John Judge's friends gathered together Monday night, calling for a stiff penalty on Edward Orr, who plead guilty to being the driver in the hit-and-run accident that killed him in October.
  •     The fate of the last parcel of undivided farmland in the Wainscott corridor, once part of two farms owned by the Hedges and the Osborne families, came before the East Hampton Town Planning Board on March 20.
        The land, almost 40 acres at 55 Wainscott Hollow Road once owned by Ronald Lauder, is owned now by a limited liability company with the address as its name.

  • An informal exploratory committee has been investigating the possibility of bringing paid emergency medical technicians to East Hampton Town.
  • Northwest Woods rehab center makes a pitch it functions as a family
  •     After Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in Montauk, a somber, much more sober, and smaller parade took place Monday morning in East Hampton Town Justice Court, when three men and a woman arrested in Montauk after the parade ended were arraigned on charges of driving while intoxicated. All the arrests occurred within a four-hour time span.

  • Sharon McCobb said goodbye and David Lys said hello at an East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals
  •     Craig Macnaughton and his wife, who live in the Maidstone Park section of East Hampton, had a strange visitor on the morning of March 6, when a man walked into their house, uninvited. The man apparently thought nobody was home, as the Macnaughtons’ car was not parked in front of the house, which is on Flaggy Hole Road.

  •    From a Nassau County suburb to Ankara to Okinawa to Amagansett, the path of life for Michael Jeffrey Griffith has been anything but dull, and now his story has become the inspiration for a new television series, with Michael S. Chernuchin, part of the creative team of the long-running “Law and Order” series, in charge.
         “Who’d have thunk it?” Mr. Griffith asked on Saturday, sitting in his living room overlooking the Atlantic.

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