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Antonio Ramirez-Gonzalez was sentenced to three to nine years in state prison on a charge of conspiracy in the first degree. T.E. McMorrow/Pool Photo
Gilberto Quintana-Crespo will serve one year in Suffolk County jail. T.E. McMorrow/Pool Photo

Alewives swimming up Ligonee Brook in Sag Harbor don’t always make it successfully to Long Pond, as seen here in a photo from 2012. Larry Penny

A rich history in the arts
Andrea Grover, Guild Hall’s executive director, with Carter Burwell, an honoree at Guild Hall’s awards dinner Monday. One of his musical compositions was performed during the evening by the band Yo La Tengo. Mark Segal Photos
Christina Strassfield, Guild Hall’s museum director and chief curator, shared a laugh with Bob Colacello, the academy’s literary arts honoree.
Ethan Coen


William Miller, better known as Billy, has been found and is getting medical treatment in South Carolina. Courtesy of the Miller family

East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys and Southampton Town Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni will speak at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton on Tuesday. Star Staff

Indy Party backs Gruber of Reform Democrats

Chief Sarlo cites five-year low in his report
Accidents in the Town of East Hampton dropped to below 900 for the first time since 2013, though there was a rise in the number of accidents that resulted in injuries. Durell Godfrey

Fashion entrepreneur heading town’s litter committee reflects on ‘labor of love’
Kathleen Kirkwood, chairwoman of East Hampton Town’s Recycling and Litter Committee, spoke about sustainable fashion at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Manhattan last month. Alison Savitch

Legalization eclipses studies of its damage
Danielle Laibowitz, left, and Tanya Rulon-Miller of SAFE in Sag Harbor reviewed some educational materials about substance abuse at the group’s most recent meeting at Pierson High School. Johnette Howard