Week in Review: Montauk Welcomes First Baby of 2013

Also: Montauk woman's goddaughter is fighting for hr life in a Rhode Island hospital; Outdoors store moving from Amagansett to East Hampton Village.


Group for East End Moves Out of Bridgehampton: Cost savings will be reinvested into environmental advocacy and education, president says.

Montauk Woman's Goddaughter Fighting for Her Life: Rhana Fleming, a 12-year-old Rhode Island girl, was suddenly paralyzed last month and doctors are still trying to figure out why.


New Pet Store Coming To Wainscott: Veterinarian hopes his complex will become "a one stop spot" for pet care needs.

Outdoors Moving to East Hampton: Retail store will set up at 30 Park Place by the end of February.


House Passes 'Scaled Back' Sandy Relief Bill: Aid totaling $9.7 billion approved Friday, with a second vote for an additional $50 billion scheduled for later this month.

New State Laws Come With New Year: Here are some measures that took effect in New York State on New Year's Day.

The Neighborhood Files

Chamber's 2012 Donation Doubles Over Last Year: Just over $8,000 raised for the Montauk Food Pantry through the weekly Farmers Market.

Plunge Nets Over $7k for Food Pantries: Around 300 people took to the cold waters for the East Hampton Polar Bear Plunge on Tuesday.

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Quigley: One of the Better Christmases I Remember: The Quigley family welcomed Doris Quigley home four months after she broke her neck in the surf.

Southampton Hospital's First Baby of the Year Belongs To Montauk: Yael was born Jan. 1 at 6:06 p.m.

Police & Fire

Crimes Nearby: Driver Arrested in Riverhead Fatal Hit-and-Run: Also: Suffolk County SPCA charges woman for allegedly abusing two pit bull puppies.

Montauk Fire Chiefs Ready To Serve Again: Richard Schoen was sworn in again as chief for 2013.

: Nearly $5,000 in cash stolen from a house on Flamingo Avenue.

Real Estate

Rare Find: Commercial Kitchen for Sale: Former Food & Co. property hits market at $1.595 million.


East Hampton School Board Sets Earlier Meetings: Moving meetings an hour earlier is more convenient for the current board, superintendent says.

Montauk Is Last LI District Left To File Teacher Evaluation Plan: Superintendent says he hopes an agreement can be reached with teachers union by end of next week.


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