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Town Board answers residents’ pleas
A home exchange area at the East Hampton Town Recycling Center on Springs-Fireplace Road has reopened on Fridays and Saturdays, subject to new oversight. Lucia Akard

Anti-bullying program for middle schoolers fosters self-awareness, empathy
Joanna Howard, seated at right, a teaching artist with Project Hero, oversaw a group session with East Hampton Middle School students on Friday. Barbara Jo Howard

Whistleblower Harry J. Ellis alleges retaliation


Two incumbents, an activist, and former clerk running for two seats on board
Four candidates are vying for two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board, clockwise, John Shaka, Sandra Schroeder, Bruce Stafford, Robby Stein.

An S.U.V. rolled over on the Napeague stretch of Montauk Highway on Wednesday afternoon.

MoneyPak cards are at the center of a new schere, police warn. Courtesy of Flickr

Col. Theodore Roosevelt, above and at top seated among officers of the Rough Riders, spent a good part of the summer of 1898 in Montauk.
Brig. Gen. Samuel Baldwin Marks Young, the first commander of Camp Wikoff, and Oscar Tompkins, a Southern youth of 14 who accompanied the 10th Cavalry in Cuba, at the camp headquarters at Third House in Montauk.
The Rough Riders military band
Two Rough Riders mascots in Montauk: Josephine, a mountain lion, and Cuba, a dog. According to accounts, Josephine escaped one night and joined a sleeping Third Cavalry trooper in his bunk.
A group of Rough Riders at Camp Wikoff with their mascot, an eagle named after Colonel Roosevelt
Stern faces among the 71st New York Infantry upon returning from Cuba
A Rough Rider cook in a makeshift apron
The tents of the some 20,000 U.S. troops who were quarantined at Camp Wikoff after the Spanish-American War
A burial procession for two of the more than 200 men who died at Camp Wikoff

Village P.B.A. will not fight new law that eliminates arbitration procedure