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Viking Starship anglers were issued 26 tickets
D.E.C. officers dockside in Montauk after seizing what they said were about 1,800 undersized fish left by anglers who had been aboard the Viking Starship party boat on Sept. 16. N.Y.S. Department of Environmental Conservation

Transformed from mere ob­jects to relics
“Maidstone Club‚” left, and “Red Cloth Cover,” from the “Reading Grey Gardens” series by Mary Ellen Bartley
An installation view of the front gallery at the Drawing Room in East Hampton, where Mary Ellen Bartley’s “Reading Grey Gardens” series is on view.

Brian Callahan, who once owned Montauk's Panoramic View, sentenced for stealing from investors in his hedge funds to prop up the motel and enrich himself.
Gurney's Resort has taken over Montauk property that was once the Panoramic View T.E. McMorrow

At the helm of East Hampton High School’s new media center is Michael Buquicchio
At the helm of East Hampton High School’s new media center is Michael Buquicchio, who helped transform the space from an outdated model to a “future ready” learning center. Durell Godfrey

Jeff Bragman and Kathee Burke-Gonzalez bested Zachary Cohen in a three-way Democratic primary for two spots on East Hampton Town Board. Durell Godfrey Photos

A former candidate laments moral tone
Christopher Walsh

Town mulls new landmark status to save significant houses from wrecking ball
The 18th-century Zadoc Bennett house on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton, pictured here in 1923, is among those that could be designated historic landmarks under a proposed town program. Eugene Armbruster, Collection of New York Public Library

Cedar Point structure to be restored with an eye toward bed-and-breakfast
An undated glass-plate image of the lighthouse at Cedar Point shows how it looked when it was operational. The East Hampton Star

The East Hampton Town Historic Records Project
Handwritten East Hampton Town minutes are among a trove of documents and rare archival materials being scanned as part of the East Hampton Town Historic Records Project. Note the 1701 doodle near the top of the page! East Hampton Library
Ruth Stratton’s hundred-year-old letter was preserved by the East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection in a digital collaboration with the town. The letter is included in “East Hampton in World War I,” a previously unknown collection of letters home from war-torn France. East Hampton Library

The Bridgehampton Fire Department was called to 175 Merchant's Path in Sagaponack thanks to an automatic fire alarm. Michael Heller
When the fire chief arrived he said there was smoke coming from the basement.
Smoke filled the first floor, and the fire looks to have started between the basement ceiling and the first floor.