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East Hampton Village police responded to investigate what led to two people being struck by an eastbound train Saturday afternoon. Dan Meeks
The train involved in the incident was being held in East Hampton Village as police investigate. Durell Godfrey


Melissa Mapes, left, and Jess Tonn, farmers, dropped off vegetables at the Springs Food Pantry on Tuesday. Durell Godfrey photos
Mike Bistrian hauled in some Brussels sprouts.
Holly Heichart was among those helping carry in the goods.
Melissa Mapes
Just look at all those carrots volunteers were unpacking.
The volunteers made sure each bag was packed full of healthy options for the Thanksgiving table.

The Montauk Lighthouse will be lit up again for the holiday season. Morgan McGivern

Development with 38 apartments would also have four commercial units
A mixed-use housing development being planned for a site on Montauk Highway in Amagansett has raised concerns about potential traffic and businesses there in addition to the proposed 38 apartments. T.E. McMorrow

Fans from as far as California for epic sale
“They just kept lining up,” Susan Wexler of Behind the Hedgerows said of visitors to the estate sale she organized at Grey Gardens last weekend. Frenzied shoppers bought up everything for sale in the house, she said, with items dating to the Beale era sold out by Friday at 3 p.m. Durell Godfrey Photos

Creative students are paid to think big
Members of Guild Hall’s Teen Arts Council listened to advice from Jeremy Dennis, a photographer, during a recent meeting. Courtesy of Guild Hall

‘Not well-built,’ big building is bigger expense
East Hampton Town is seeking bids for the removal of a barn on a parcel of land purchased with money from the community preservation fund in 2014. David E. Rattray

Donations from the East Hampton office of Saunders Associates for the East Hampton Food Pantry filled the back of a cargo van. A food drive at the real estate firm's various offices brought in more than 14,000 donated items. Ricci Paradiso