Catch up on the news you missed this week.
Southampton native and former East Hampton restaurant chef died Wednesday at 35.
Reports have gone unsubstantiated, but warm waters could mean more sharks closer to shore.
Crew from Coast Guard Station Montauk and Orient-based Douglas Marine Towing help save boaters and 23-foot boat.
: The Mulford Repertory Theatre opened its fifth season on Wednesday night in the Mulford Barn.
: A-list actor and active East Hamptonite talks about supporting the library and his deep roots in the region.
: Chris Bauer, of "True Blood" fame, performed in a staged benefit reading of 'Columbus and Amsterdam' at Guild Hall on Friday night.
Library director says more best selling authors than ever took part.
Recent and never-before-seen paintings by Southampton artist are on view at Outeast Gallery until Sept. 10.
: Free electric-car shuttle launched in Amagansett earlier this month.
Crime & Courts
Carlos A. Bedoya arraigned on second-degree assault on Tuesday.
: Republican presidential nominee stops in Southampton and East Hampton.
Democrats in a primary race to challenge Republican incumbent Sen. Kenneth LaValle.
: Employees show up at a town board work session to fight accusations of overcrowding and noise.
: St. Michael's pastor says congregation is grateful for release of funds.
: Stop signs are not optional, but they're sometimes treated as if they are.
Hall of Fame wrestler talks about Olympic experience, walking into a stadium with Kobe Bryant, and chartering private jet for the team.
Springs Middle School students hoping to play on East Hampton teams during the 2012-13 year need $35,000 — fast.
Volunteers in the News
Tour the Shore - a trek from Cape May to Montauk by a kayaker and bicyclist - finishes up next Friday.
Money will help sustain programs in Africa.