Week in Review: Lady Bonacker Breaks 1,000 Points; Quigley Won't Run for Second Term

Also: Two flown to Stony Brook after separate accidents this week.


Local Docs Report Increase in Flu Cases: Flu shots are running out — though some providers hope to get a replenishment soon.

Green Light for Tenants To Move into St. Michael's Housing: Forty seniors get keys to their new homes after long-awaited housing project finishes.


What New Business Do You Want To See in Wainscott?: With Pet Hampton gone, there are two spaces available for rent off Montauk Highway.


Trustees File Suit Against ZBA Over Sea Wall Approval: Attorney says ZBA 'unduly influenced' by Superstorm Sandy.

: Deputy Supervisor Theresa Quigley says she needs to focus on her family, and won't put her name in the supervisor or town board races in 2013.

East Hampton Supervisor Needs New Assistant: Montauk resident Johnson Nordlinger has left Town Hall.

Accabonac Dredging Underway: County spending $1.4 million to open harbor.


Montauk Resident Bob Lamparter Dies on His 77th Birthday


Business Owner to Judge: Sentence Is a 'Disgrace': Schenck Fuels owner Rodney Herrlin expresses his disappointment with the 30-day sentence his former bookkeeper received after being convicted for embezzlement.

Police & Fire

: Lake Ronkonkoma woman shells out $60,000 at sentencing and must pay $2,000 each month for the next five years.

Police Investigating Wainscott Crash Friday Evening: One victim flown to Stony Brook University Medical Center following a two-car crash Friday evening.

: Three other occupants of a vehicle that hit a parked truck were released with minor injuries.

Ace Detective Tina Giles Gets Top Honors: Giles credited with bringing a major sex abuser to justice.

Neighborhood Files

Domestic Violence Org Scores Cash For New Programs: Federal grant will help The Retreat to coordinate with county, other nonprofits.


East Hampton Schools Not Sold On Gov's Ideas: East Hampton and Wainscott school district superintendents weigh in after Gov. Cuomo's State of the State address.

Are You Confident in School Safety in East Hampton?: Local schools review safety measures and security procedures in light of recent shootings nationally.


: Kaelyn Ward is the first girl in the history of East Hampton High School to break the 1,000-point barrier.

Volunteers in the News

Amagansett EMS Provider Tom Field Picked as East Hampton Patch's Greatest Person of 2012: Readers choose Tom Field for his dedication to emergency medical care on the South Fork.



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