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Week in Review: Firefighters Battle Blaze for 4 Hours

Also: Hamptons Marathon raises over $60,000 for Southampton Hospital and Project MOST.

Let's look back on the headlines from the past week.

Arts

: 83-year-old served as the artistic director until 2012.

PHOTOS: Celebrities Turn Out for Guild Hall Awards: Nathan Lane, Mickey Straus, John Alexander and Walter Isaacson honored on Monday.

Business

WATCH: The Palm Serves Up the 'Harlem Shake': The waiters at The Palm in East Hampton put together their own version of the Harlem Shake meme.

Hess to Quit Retail Gas Station Business: The oil business will now divest itself of 1,350 gas stations across the East Coast.

Government

Village Looks To Tighten Leash on Dogs on Beaches: Possible restrictions include only allowing dogs on village beaches east of Two Mile Hollow and west of Georgica.

Saltwater Fishing License Repeal Added to State Budget: Permanent repeal of state's controversial fee in the works, Assemblyman Fred Thiele says.

Police & Fire

: George Richardson was never found after his family reported him missing from his Montauk motel room on Aug. 28.

Police Logs: 2 Springs Men Arrested on DWI Charges Close To Home: One driver held on $15,000 cash or $30,000 bond after felony DWI arrest.

Firefighters Battled Noyac House Fire for 4 Hours: Fire may have started in the chimney flue; Homeowners were using the fireplace at the time.

: East Hampton Village police reported two arrests over the past week.

Schools

East Hampton's Head School Bus Driver Resigns: Joel Freedman, the district's head bus driver, will take a lesser position, amidst suspensions in the transportation department.

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Peconic Institute Gains Nonprofit Status: John Botos named executive director of the institute at nearby Stony Brook Southampton.

Missed 'South Pacific' at EHHS? Check it Out Here: East Hampton High School students performed the musical this weekend.

Neighborhood Files

The Retreat Seeks To Educate Teens On Dating Abuse: The series will kick off in Flanders on Tuesday.

Katie Beers Heads To Hockey Game To Help the Missing: Islanders game on Thursday will also serve as fundraiser for National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

State-of-the Art Mammography Coming to Southampton Hospital: Ellen Hermanson Foundation underwrites purchase of tomosynthesis 3D imaging machine.

Southampton Hospital Donates to Amagansett Community Center: As hospital cafeteria is renovated, tables and chairs get donated.

Volunteers in the News

Hamptons Marathon Raises Over $60k for Local Orgs: Race has raised over $220,000 for Southampton Hospital and Project MOST since 2008.

Lifeguards: Get Ready for Summer 2013: Training begins Sunday, and certification courses start at the end of April.

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