A 55-year-old intoxicated woman was found drinking a bottle of sake on the front lawn of the East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society on Main Street on Saturday at 1 p.m. Police escorted her home and turned her over to the care of her brother.
Bettie B. Wysor, a novelist and playwright who also was an East Hampton real estate broker, died of the complications of Alzheimer’s disease last Thursday at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue. She was 90.
Maureen Wiles, who had worked at the North Main Street Cleaners and the North Main Street I.G.A. in East Hampton before moving to Virginia, then to Spring Hill, Fla., died on Nov. 10 after a heart attack, her family said. She was 72.
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is renaming the David E. Rogers, M.D. Center, which provides comprehensive H.I.V. medical and mental health care to East End residents, will be renamed the Edith Windsor Center next year.
The holiday season gets moving on Saturday with Light Up Amagansett, a holiday stroll along Main Street, where shops will be open with extended hours and offer refreshments, each putting their own spin on the celebration.