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Week in Review: Paid EMS Responders Coming in June; Friends of John Judge Gather

Take a look back at the news from March 25 to 31.

Top News

Montauk Approves First Responder Pilot Program: First paid EMS service in the Town of East Hampton begins June 15.

: South Oaks Child and Adolescent Center of East Hampton starts up at the East Hampton Healthcare Center.

Orr's Attorney Says He Will Likely Serve At Least 4 to 5 Years: Gordon Ryan says his client is not charged with causing the accident, but with his decisions after the accident took place.

: Small group gathers to remember hit-and-run victim and to show they don't think the sentence the driver will receive is long enough.

Arts

Bay Street Director Talks Sag Harbor Theater Season: Patrick Mclaughlin of Hamptons Chatter interviews Tracy Mitchell.

Pollock-Krasner House Docents Exhibit Their Own Work: "Under the Influence" was shown at Ashawagh Hall.

Don't Miss: '20 Under Twenty' Exhibit Opened Monday: Ross School seniors featured in the show that runs until April 18.

Business

Groundworks Celebrates Opening on Saturday: Community is invited to check out Groundworks @ Hrens between 1 and 5 p.m.

Management: Gurney's Inn Has Not Been Sold: Rumors had been swirling that the resort had changed hands.

Southampton Business Alliance to Honor East Hampton Resident: Robert Chaloner will be named the SBA's businessperson of the year.

Government

Thiele 'Optimistic' About Bill To Increase Penalties For Hit-and-Run Drivers: Assemblyman says low sentences for such drivers is a statewide issue.

Neighborhood Files

Seal Caught in Fishing Line Swims Off: Marine debris poses danger to seals; Foundation encourages people to report sightings.

: Which doctor gives you such great care that you want to tell everyone?

Save the Date for Ribbon Cutting at St. Michael's Housing: Grand opening gives the community an opportunity to celebrate, pastor says.

Hamptons Residents Rally for Same-Sex Marriage [PHOTOS]: Light the Way to Justice Vigil brings together gay rights advocates.

Police & Fire

East Hampton Mother Allegedly Drove Drunk With Son In Car: Susan Swanson was charged with four misdemeanors on Thursday.

East Hampton Woman Lands in Jail After Hampton Bays Traffic Stop: Police found cocaine, marijuana and counterfeit bills during a traffic stop on Wednesday.

Forcible Touching Alleged in Montauk: Police also say a woman was charged with identify theft after spending $1,500 of someone else's money to pay her bills.

Real Estate

East Hampton Pad Sells for Cool $60M: Hedge-funder Steven Cohen reportedly buys second property on Further Lane.

House of the Week - South of the Highway in Wainscott For $2.9M: Four-bedroom traditional is close to the beach.

Rental Spotlight - East Hampton Village Cottage Makes House Beautiful Cover: This renovated 1901 traditional is available during August for $135,000.

Schools

East Hampton Senior Earns Top Hispanic Youth Leadership Award: Jessica Gutiérrez says trip to Albany was "once in a lifetime experience."

: Nominating petitions are due back next month; The annual election is May 21.

East Hampton Schools Set To Receive More School Aid: Springs will receive biggest increase of nearly 16 percent if State Assembly approves spending plan Thursday.

Civil Service Charges Pending Against 3 School District Employees: East Hampton School District suspends without pay three of the five transportation employees suspended.

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