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Week in Review: Schneiderman Gets GOP Nomination for Supervisor

Also: Springs FD makes a quick stop on electrical fire; Town cops carrying Tasers.

Arts

Bay Street Theatre Plans Listening Tour: Bay Street wants to know what the next generation of theater-goers wants to see; plus, executive committee offers $100,000 challenge grant.

Elections

: East Hampton Republican Party ready to support county legislator's return to Town Hall.

Government

Community Preservation Fund Revenue Hits 5-Year High: East Hampton Town CPF brings in $2.31 million in January, nearly tripple the January 2012 total.

Marina Fined $50k by DEC; Too Steep?: State says Lake Montauk Club and Marina violated a dredging permit.

Newly Formed Peconic Republicans Name Executive Committee: Diana Weir, of Wainscott, has been named the secretary, and is representing the Town of East Hampton.

Opinion

Who Would You Rather See Run Against Schneiderman for Supervisor?: The Republicans are going with a former town supervisor; Question remains who will get the nod from the Democrats.

Know an East Hampton Senior Citizen Who Deserves Recognition?: Nominations open for Suffolk County Senior Citizen Award.

Where Are the Worst Potholes?: Snow often creates nasty craters in the roads.

Police & Fire

Amagansett Crash Kills One Friday Night: After the fire department extinguished a vehicle fire, they found a single occupant dead.

Medevac Called To Montauk After Person Allegedly Falls from Roof: Montauk Fire Department treated patient on Friday morning.

Police Detective Lauded Before Town Board [VIDEO]: Tina Giles was East Hampton Town police's 2012 Officer of the Year.

More Town Cops Getting Access to Tasers: Tasers said to reduce incidents of injuries to officers, as well as suspects.

: After a year with seven fatal motor vehicle accidents, department targets those not paying attention.

Woman Rescued from Sinking Boat Grateful for Quick Response: Boat lifted out of water after oil cleanup, marine contractor says.

Former Sag Harbor Official Plans Forum on 'Unfairness of Arbitration Process': Village mayor says he encourages residents, officials from other communities to attend.

Firefighters Make Quick Stop on Springs Fire: Fire appears electrical, chief says.

Photos

Horses Graze in the Village: Send us photos you take around town.

Boys Swim Team Finishes Season Strong: East Hampton High School team finished 13th at championships.

Neighborhood Files

Htun Han Will Lead Am O'Gansett Parade: Selected as the grand marshal, Han will lead the fifth annual Amagansett festivity.

Hospital Workers Earn NYS Senate Liberty Award for Service During Sandy: Sen. Kenneth P. LaValle presents award to Southampton Hospital's facilities and engineering team.

Schools

Find An Adult Education Class to Take: Classes Start March 12. Which class will you take?

Reading Incentive Program Kicks Off Next Week at Montauk School: Parents as Reading Partners challenges students to read 75 minutes per week.

Volunteers in the News

Does Your Organization Need Volunteers? Post a Patch Announcement: Here's how to do it.

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