Catch up on the news you may have misse this week or take another look at stories that peek your interest:
Video that shows how the Jethawk helicopter airlifted an injured crew member from a container ship on Tuesday.
Capital campaign asks parishioners to give over three years for the church to undertake much needed repairs.
Elsie S. Garretson celebrates birthday at home on Sunday.
: Three sisters combined their love of cooking, baking and yoga to create a unique spot in East Hampton that offers customers healthy alternatives.
: One year ago Thursday, , during their lunch break, becoming the first known same-sex couple in East Hampton to get married.
"Team Sam Scram" participated in memory of Tom Collins, a World War II decoder who died last year.
: Israeli, English soldiers receive warm welcome to The Hamptons in events that brought out more than 1,200 participants.
: Have a look at this gallery of photos.
Police & Fire
A three-yard Dumpster caught fire, burning plastic and letting off an acrid smell behind the Wainscott Shopping Village on Tuesday afternoon.
: Also among the week's arrest reports, a man was reportedly found with 26 Oxycodone pills without a prescription.
: The Suffolk County District Attorney's office is reviewing the accident that killed in Amagansett on June 23.
In Patch's first political insiders poll, Democrats expect the Senator to win big in November despite mixed results on her politics.
New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. poised to accept Independence Party town chairmanship.
More funding for anti-tobacco programs is needed to cut the cancer death toll even further, according to a new American Cancer Society study.
Finish marks the largest season yet for i-tri organization, which had 40 girls competing.
: Huntington native Joe Bartumioli said he was so moved when he watched HBO's "Real Sports" report on the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team last September that he made it his personal mission to bring the team to Long Island, and his vision is coming true on Aug. 4.
: Four years after 20-year-old Travis Field died in a car accident in Wading River, his family and friends continue to remember him through a softball tournament, which held its bracket bach on Friday night. (Photos of that event to come)
Meet the local athletes from New York who will be competing in the 2012 Olympic Games.
With the Olympics starting on Wednesday, we want to know will you be more in tune to the Games, or pro sports?
The Summer Olympics begin on July 27, but how well do you know the Games?
Take photos of you, your kids, your neighbors, your friends doing something Olympian — diving, swimming, kayaking, gymnastics — and you could win a prize!
: Patch readers shared their thoughts on Friday night's opening ceremonies at the 30th Olympic Games. What did you think? Join the conversation.
Three events coming up this week to benefit the Montauk Playhouse Community Center.
From Montauk to East Hampton, there are plenty of opportunities to catch a flick under the stars this summer.
: The sun was shining last Sunday, and from Ditch Plains to Amagansett Beach and in between, people were out to enjoy it. See yourself in any of the photos?