Government

Advocates field a flood of concerned calls
Nancy Nano of Noyac, who became a United States citizen in May, voted in her first U.S. presidential election on Tuesday. Durell Godfrey

From left, Rona Klopman, an active member of the East Hampton Democratic Committee, along with Betty Mazur, the committee's vice chairwoman, and Audrey Gaines, an East Hampton resident who heads the East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force, were among those who watched the election results at an East Hampton Democratic Committee gathering on Tuesday night at LTV Studios. Christine Sampson

Lee Zeldin Morgan McGivern
Anna Throne-Holst leaving her polling place in Noyac early Tuesday morning Durell Godfrey

Polls will be open until 9 p.m. Tuesday. Morgan McGivern

T.E. McMorrow

Wainscott resident calls for chromium-6 testing
A Wainscott resident has asked the town to have drinking water tested following the detection of chromium-6 in Suffolk County Water Authority wells, and in light of the connection between the toxic element and cement plants, such as the one pictured here, in Wainscott. David E. Rattray


The YMCA East Hampton RECenter will offer free child care on Tuesday to help parents who wish to vote but cannot bring their children. Christine Sampson