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  • A jury in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Friday found the corporation run by Cyril Fitzsimons, the namesake for Cyril’s Fish House, guilty of 45 misdemeanors related to the illegal expansion of the popular roadside Napeague bar and restaurant.
  • A car wash on Montauk Highway in Wainscott was one of several proposals before the East Hampton Town Planning Board on April 27. It is the second time a car wash has been proposed for the site.
  • While potential jurors were waiting in the halls of East Hampton Town Justice Court Tuesday morning, the town attorney’s office reached a deal with most of the co-defendants in the town’s criminal case against Clan-Fitz, et al, better known as Cyril’s Fish House.
  • The Suffolk County Planning Commission has asked East Hampton Town to investigate the impact of potential traffic generated by a proposed bowling alley and miniature golf course at the East Hampton Indoor Tennis Club on Daniel’s Hole Road.
  • You will still be able to buy its signature drink, the B.B.C. (Banana Bailey’s Colada), at Cyril’s Fish House, the popular roadside bar and restaurant on Napeague, in the coming season, but you might want to arrive early.
  • Whitney L. Posey, 28, was arrested on Friday outside the CVS in East Hampton Village and charged with felony possession of stolen property, two credit cards, which she had reportedly tried to use inside the store.
  • The question may be when rather than if a 7-Eleven chain store will open in the long moribund Italian restaurant off the Montauk Highway in Amagansett.
  • The East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals seemed to be navigating through a foggy sea regarding businesses in residential districts Tuesday night, after a public hearing on an unusual Wainscott proposal.
  • A rollover on Abraham’s Path in East Hampton a little before midnight Saturday resulted in an eye injury to a Connecticut man, who was taken to Southampton Hospital for treatment while under arrest on a charge of drunken driving.

  • A young Holbrook man was arraigned in East Hampton Town Justice Court last Thursday on three felony charges in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars worth of fishing rods and reels last year from two Montauk marinas.

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