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At 100, Lucy West was celebrated at the East Hampton Village Board meeting and with a party at the East Hampton Town Senior Citizens Center and
Lucy West was joined by some of her family at the celebration in her honor at the senior center. Clockwise, Gregory Gaines, Tarence Gaines, Quintin Gaines, Ms. West, and Christopher Gaines. Durell Godfrey
A birthday cake fit for a centennial celebration at the senior center.
Lucy West shared a moment with a relative. Durell Godfrey
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. proclaimed Feb. 20, 2016, Lucy West Day and presented her with a proclamation at the village board meeting on Friday morning.Christopher Walsh
Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. knelt down to give the proclamation to Lucy West. Christopher Walsh
East Hampton Town Police selected Officer Luke McNamara as the officer of the year for 2015.
East Hampton Village Police Officer Steven Niggles was congratulated on his award by Chief Gerard Larsen.
Village board hopeful that new regs can be adopted before moratorium ends
Rich Warren of Inter-Science Research Associates spoke on Jan. 27 about proposed Sag Harbor zoning code revisions and the data that was considered before new floor area ratios were developed.
Taylor K. Vecsey
All 100 information packets made up for last week’s meeting had been picked up, indicating the size and interest of the crowd.Morgan McGivern
The Child Development Center of the Hamptons charter school is looking to a new management situation as it works to overcome the challenges that come with lower enrollment.
Episcopal priest heads up Long Island diocese's new East End Latino ministry
The Rev. Gerardo Roma Garcia
Star writer brought ‘deep local knowledge,’ humor, and poetry to his work
Russell Drumm, on the motorcycle at center, posed with fellow surfers in a late ’60s promotional shot for the Bunger Surf Shop. Also pictured, from left, are Beth Campbell, Charlie Bunger, Jim Hanley, a model whose name is not known, Roland Eisenberg, and Eric Eastman.
Glimpse of hidden history in 1817 gravesite restoration
A marble gravestone marking the 1817 burial of Ned, described as a free black man in a contemporary deed, has been returned to its rightful place on a tiny, hidden plot in East Hampton.
David E. Rattray
Russ Calemmo, with his dog, Mickey, at the grave of Ned, an African-American who had likely been buried in 1817 on what had been his own property, in East Hampton. David E. Rattray
Signed and witnessed, an 1804 deed found by Steve Russell Boerner of the East Hampton Library provided a key piece of information about 19th century East Hampton resident known only as Ned.East Hampton Library Long Island Collection
The driver of an S.U.V. was killed in a collision with a Suffolk County bus on Montauk Highway near Hayground Road in Bridgehampton.
A new majority replaces Republican clerk and longtime attorney
East Hampton Town Trustees who were sworn in on Tuesday included, from left, Jim Grimes, Francis Bock, Bill Taylor, Tyler Armstrong, Pat Mansir, and Rick Drew. Trustee meetings will now be held in Town Hall twice monthly.