Members of the East Hampton Democratic Committee and friends took the Hampton Jitney to Manhattan Saturday morning for the march there.
Two and four-legged protestors turned out for the sister Women's March in Sag Harbor.Evvy Rattray
The last-minute gathering in Sag Harbor on Saturday brought out some 250 people, including children.Evvy Rattray
At the Women's March in Washington, from left, Ally Friedman and Grace Frazier, and August Gladstone and Nina Gonzalez.Kristen Guarino
A group of South Fork residents who rode one of the many buses that went to Washington D.C. on Saturday took a moment for a group shot.Connie Judson
A sea of people filled the streets in Manhattan.Carissa Katz
The mayor's office estimated that the crowd in Manhattan numbered 400,000.Durell Godfrey
The protection of women's rights and equal rights for all were the overarching themes of the marches.Durell Godfrey
Planned Parenthood supporters in ManhattanDurell Godfrey
In ManhattanDurell Godfrey
Students from the criminal and business law classes taught by Catherine Tyrie at East Hampton High School sat in on a court session during East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky’s criminal calendar earlier this month.
An erosion-control project installed by the Army Corps of Engineers on the Montauk beach, dubbed “Dirtbag Beach,” has made it into Senator Jeff Flake’s annual “Wastebook,” a compendium of government pork and boondoggles.
Smoke billowed from several Main Street buildings, including the Sag Harbor Cinema on Dec. 16.
Joseph G. Worysz, left, and Maximillian H. Bonilla, right, were arrested Monday.
Riverhead Town police
On Dec. 21, Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming, County Executive Steve Bellone, and Sag Harbor Village Mayor Sandra Schroeder stopped at the site of the demolished buildings during an outing to encourage people to shop locally after the fire.
Hayground School students including, from left, Eve Achuthan-Kozar, Rive Weiner, Leslie Samuel, Felicia Franklin, Kodiak Tarrant-Papasadora, and Nico Pontecorvo, with their teacher, Julie Fanelli-Denny, earned recognition for their health-related inventions.