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  •    What’s in a face?
       The answer, one finds after a walk through the colorful, compact, but powerful exhibit at the Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead, is the ability to define one’s self-image, both as an individual and as a people. “Hidden and Forbidden: Art and Objects of Intolerance; Evolving Depictions of Blacks in America” will be on display through June 1.

  • The Beach House, Montauk’s season-old seasonal resort, appeared to have weathered a storm at an East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals hearing on Tuesday night.
  •     An East Hampton Town police officer was headed west on rain-slickened Amagansett Main Street at about 8 p.m. on Jan. 28 when he saw an eastbound car turn onto Atlantic Avenue, followed by the sound of a crash.

  •     Ice, snow, and prancing deer led to a number of accidents on the roads last week, according to reports released by East Hampton Town police.
        Ryan Balnis of East Hampton told police he struck a deer while driving on Springs-Fireplace Road on the night of Jan. 25. The collision caused damage across the car’s front end, but Mr. Balnis was not hurt.

  • Village’s Galeano and town’s Giles are lauded for work on sex abuse cases.
  • Man charged with assault on a police officer
  • Mike Russell, 22, a former East Hampton High School star athlete was arrested in Worcester, Mass., early Monday after allegedly taking part in a home invasion.
  •     Is a new house to be built on Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett closer to wetlands than the one already on the property? And would the new house be a minor enlargement or a major one? Those are the questions the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals wrestled with Tuesday as it considered Michael Patrick and Carol Sedwick’s application for several variances to tear down their 2,054-square-foot house and replace it with a larger one.

  •     An 11-mile, O.J. Simpson-style pursuit of a BMW led to the arrest of a Southampton man at a little after 2 a.m. on Sunday. East Hampton Village police first spotted the car, with its headlights off, on Main Street, and finally ran it down near the Route 27 overlook in Hither Hills.

  •     The long, winding road that the Beach House, a Montauk summer hotspot for the young and hip, has journeyed, may be coming to a close — or just beginning, depending on what happens at Tuesday’s meeting of the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals.

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