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Week in Review: Paid EMS Responders Coming To East Hampton Town

Also: Arrests down for the St. Patrick's Day parade.

 

News

Montauk Plans To Hire Paid EMS First Responders by Summer: East End Ambulance Coalition also discussing a town-wide paid first responder program for the following summer, and better public education in 2013.

Victim's Friends On Plea Deal: 'It Feels Like He's Getting Away With Murder':Hit-and-run victim's closest friends call for a heavier sentence for Edward Orr.

Hit-and-Run Victim's Friends Plan Monday Night Vigil: Outraged by a recommended sentence of 2 to 6 years for the driver, victim's friends rally in protest.

: Police, organizers believe active enforcement and organizational changes are paying off.

Vigil for Marriage Equality Planned Tuesday as Supreme Court Weighs DOMA: Defense of Marriage Act reaches the highest court in the land, and same-sex marriage advocates will rally in Watermill-Bridgehampton to see it overturned.

: The Iraq War, 10 Years of Casualties: The South Fork feels its touch.

Arts

'SNL' Alumnus Jim Breuer Added to Bay Street Lineup: Sag Harbor favorite performs June 10.

Save the Date: Bay Street All Star Honors: Bay Street Theatre will honor four longtime supporters; Joy Behar will emcee.

Elections

Schneiderman Not Running For East Hampton Supervisor: Jay Schneiderman says he will seek reelection as Suffolk County Legislator for a final term.

Government

Legislature Cheers East Hampton Basketball Star: Kaelyn Ward was recognized for hitting the 1,000-point benchmark.

$12.5 Million Plan to Rehab Montauk Highway Clears Hurdle: Highway paving project from Water Mill to Wainscott expected to start after Labor Day.

Legislature Recognizes East Hampton Detective: The town police department's 2012 Officer of the Year honored at the county level.

Obituaries

Longtime Sag Harbor Resident Ed Earle Dies at 57: Earle had brain cancer.

Opinion

Schneiderman: Bellone Asked Me To Stay: Legislator thanks Republican and Independence party chairs for their support in his decision not to run for East Hampton Town Supervisor.

Who Should the Republicans Nominate for Supervisor Now?: Jay Schneiderman's out, so tell us who you'd like to see the Republicans pick.

Police & Fire

Edward Orr Pleads Guilty in Fatal Hit-and-Run: Attorney says his client "panicked," but was not intoxicated when he struck and killed John Judge; DA will recommend 2 to 6 years.

Crimes Nearby: Westhampton Teacher Allegedly Hid Camera in Girls Locker Room: Also: Elevated charges pending against an Aquebogue man involved in a double-fatal accident.

Real Estate

East Hampton 'House of Ill Repute' Incites Lawsuit: Homeowners claim they had no idea their house was rented out for an Internet sex show.

House of the Week: Harbor Front in Springs Listed at $2.5 Million: Three-bedroom house on Old Stone Highway is set on five acres.

Schools

From Sag Harbor to South America: Girls Head to Empowerment Seminar: Five East End students will be part of a 30-member delegation to Brazil.

PHOTOS: 5th Graders Graduate D.A.R.E.: The program was run with the help of East Hampton Town police Officer Kim Notel.

Parents: Give Elementary School Principal Tenure: About 100 people turned out in support of Gina Kraus.

WATCH: Young Talent Takes Bay Street Stage: A 5-year-old Sag Harbor girl showed off her drumming skills for the crowd at the talent show Thursday night.

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