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At the Henrys' house on Saturday evening, Jeb Bush chatted with East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. Richard Lewin
Mr. Bush with Woody Johnson. The owner of the New York Jets, Mr. Johnson is Mr. Bush's national finance chairman.Richard Lewin
The hosts' son and daughter, Emil W. Henry III, left, and Parker Henry, were among the younger generation of Bush supporters in attendance. Richard Lewin
Also talking with Mr. Bush on Saturday evening was Campbell Brown, a former CNN and NBC news anchor, who has become an education reform advocate. Her husband, Dan Senor, was an adviser to the administration of George W. Bush.Richard Lewin
Jeb Bush with Melissa Bausano, an attorney, and Barry Bausano, president of Deutsche Bank Securities, on Saturday.Richard Lewin

AT&T presented a $10,000 grant to the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center on Friday. Pictured with several children from the center's summer camp program are Marissa Shorenstein, president of AT&T's New York State division; Brandon Ray, head of AT&T's Long Island operation; Bonnie Michelle Canon, executive director of the B.C.C.R.C., Anna Throne-Holst, supervisor of Southampton Town and a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives; Gloria Harris, treasurer of the board of directors of the B.C.C.R.C.; and Jay Schneiderman, Suffolk County legislator. Christine Sampson

From a bucket on a ladder truck, firefighters doused the flames shooting from a house on Wyandanch Lane in Southampton. Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
The scene of a massive fire on Wyandanch Lane in Southampton Village on Saturday.Durell Godfrey

A tagged bald eaglet was spotted at the Montauk County Park on the Fourth of July. Charles Schell
Charles Schell

#EastHampton officials get the word out in 140 characters or fewer

Cantwell says 2016 max will be ‘very limiting’

Chinese lanterns keep burning
Joan Palumbo, a Montauk resident, holding a Chinese lantern she discovered last week on her roof. It shows an apple-size burn hole.

Couple aids search for land donation

A rendering of the building to be constructed on the Montauk Highway property that was once home to East Hampton Bowl. McDonough & Conroy Architects

East Hampton L.V.I.S. Fair 1915 East Hampton Star Archives