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Week in Review: Cops Investigate Armed Robbery

Sag Harbor native could go pro in MLB draft.

A look back at the week in news. 

Arts

PHOTOS: Peter Pan Coming To East Hampton: The Springs Community Theater's show opens April 13.

Businesss

East End Hospitals Strike Deal With Blue Cross: After coverage contract expires March 31, the hospital network and insurers come to terms.

360° East Opens At Montauk Downs: New concession at the state park golf course offers catering for small and large affairs.

MAP: Find Out Which East Hampton Grocer is the Grossest: Patch has pulled together information on grocery store inspections across New York state to create our exclusive interactive map.

Easter Bunny Helps Raise Autism Awareness: 1770 House diners got the chance to win a really big dessert.

Government

: Debris on Lazy Point accounted for most of it, and there's still more to be done.

Village Pitches Tent Permit Fee: Tent permit applications will soon cost $100 in East Hampton Village.

Montauk Jetties Suit Moves Forward In Federal Court: Judge upholds plaintiff's main claims; Homeowner says it shows "we're not going away."

Obituaries 

: Rice Bartell's daughter, Caran Markson, remembers the life of her mother, who died on Thursday.

Opinion

PETA Jokes About Meat Allergy Tick: Animal rights group in a April Fool's blog post jokes about a plan to release Lone Star ticks that give people meat allergies.

Police & Fire 

Gun Wielding Robber Took 'Several Thousands' From IGA Employee: An employee was approached in the parking lot after closing up on Saturday night.

PHOTOS: Firefighters Douse Brush Fire: The East Hampton Fire Department responded to a fire off Accabonac Road on Wednesday afternoon.

Public Safety

Learn How To Serve As a Shelter Attendant: The Montauk Fire Department is sponsoring a training session on April 13.

Neighborhood Files

Program On Coastal Hazard Mitigation Set For Next Week In Montauk: CCOM and Montauk Chamber of Commerce teamed up to sponsor the training program.

Rescued Seal Pup On the Mend: Riverhead Foundation reports that the seal began eating on her own.

Schools

Help Bring In $25K To After School Program: Project MOST is competing for a grant from State Farm.

Petition Calls for Transparency of Sag Harbor School Board: Online petition gathers nearly 100 signature in less than three days.

John M. Marshall Principal to Go Back to Teaching: School board expected to vote to terminate Gina Kraus' probationary period as principal of elementary school.

Sports

Sag Harbor Native Striking Toward MLB Draft: Kyle McGowin's having a breakout year at Savannah State.

Volunteers in the News

The Retreat Opens Thrift Shop in Port Jefferson: The Retreat's second boutique will help the organization help victims of domestic violence.

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