Look a look back on the week's top headlines, and catch some news you might have missed. For a wrap-up on Sunday's St. Patrick's Day Parade, check out our recap of
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: While members of the business community are committed to making Sunday's St. Patrick's Day Parade the best it can be, many believe a 10 a.m. start - as opposed to the normal noon kickoff - will put a damper on business.
Peter Ambrose, who for the last 29 years has catered out of the Seafood Shop in Wainscott, is opening up in his own space on April 4 in the former space in East Hampton Village.
may have moved from Park Place to a brand new building on Gingerbread Lane, but that doesn't mean the family has stopped doing what it does best: providing quality meats and preparing deliveries for .
: After Iris Osborn resigned two weeks ago amid in the district, Wednesday night's meeting was quiet.
: "If you need a computer, I'm your man," says 15-year-old Chris Beteul. Find out why, and what that has to do with his 600 hours of community service.
: Speaking of community service, Legis. Jay Schneiderman, I-Montauk, honored East Hampton High School Student Mikayla Mott last week for her good deeds.
: , a great son of Sag Harbor, was buried Monday at St. Andrews Cemetery in Sag Harbor. He died on March 15 at the age of 90.
: Two young men have been arrested in connection with a string of burglaries in Springs and police said more charges could be coming.
: Cesar P. Calle, 41, of East Hampton, is being held on $10,000 bail out of , as well as a detainer from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, following a traffic stop on March 16.