We know many of you were busy this week with holiday shopping, so here is a round-up of headlines you may have missed this week. You may also find some help with your last minute shopping in the 'Holiday' category below.
Following the Newtown school shooting
- East Hampton Honors Newtown Shooting Victims
- East Hampton Locals Mixed on NRA Call For Armed Guards in Schools
- PHOTOS: Newtown Memorial Goes Up in Bridgehampton
- Fire Departments Opt To Not Sound Alarms for Newtown Victims Friday
- Memorial for Newtown Shooting Victims Forms in East Hampton
- Springs Will Give Parents 'Talking Points' Regarding School Shooting Monday
Actor Anxiously Awaits Immigration Hearing: Arrested on his way to East Hampton for the film festival in October, Praq Rado says he is fearful he will have to return to Albania.
: Superstorm Sandy left fishermen "financially crippled," assemblyman says.
Thomas Moran Restoration Among 2 Dozen in Area to Get State Funding: East End Tourism Alliance will also receive $335,000 through the New York State Regional Economic Development Council.
County Gives Domestic Violence Victims Resource To Call 911: Legislator Jay Schneiderman sponsored a bill that allowed county to transfer phones over to The Retreat.
- Local Shopkeepers: Our Best-Selling Gifts
- Will the Hamptons See a White Christmas?
- 10 Gifts You May Not Have Considered
: A service was held in Montauk on Friday.
Police & Fire
John Judge would have turned 62 on Saturday; the driver still remains at large two months after Amagansett accident.
: Richard Schneider rose through the ranks of the village police department, starting out as a traffic control officer in 1977.
: Gurney's general manager says employees are on their way home from the hospital Wednesday evening.
'Ugly Christmas Sweater Party' Becomes Tradition: 'Ugly Christmas Sweater' party will also be a canned food drive for Sandy victims.
Springs Man Wins Boat at Holiday Party: The East End Classic Boat Society held its annual holiday party on Saturday.
Della Femina Sells House Before Fiscal Cliff Fall: "The Independent" newspaper owner sells his East Hampton house for $25 million, and is still blaming President Obama.