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The 85th Fisherman’s Fair, a food, music, games, and crafts fair, will take place at Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Durell Godfrey


Viewing events at CMEE and Parrish
Terry Kemper waited for a solar eclipse in Libya in 2006.
Complete totality as seen in Uganda in 2013 Chris Triessl

Protected species drawn in by baitfish aplenty
Off Wiborg’s Beach in East Hampton on Friday, beachgoers saw a whale breach the ocean waters, one of many such sightings over the past week. George Anderson
Charlie Egan, above, and Teddy Danforth went out in a two-person kayak, about a half-mile off Napeague Beach and caught a shark, which they then released back into the ocean. Michael Scharfenberger

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

Craig Lieder congratulated his son, Chase, on getting first place in menehune short board contest and two third-place finishes in boys long board and open long board at the Rell Sunn Surf Contest at Ditch Plain Beach on Sunday. Jane Bimson

Department of Environmental Conservation officers were at a command post Thursday at the Stony Brook Southampton Campus for a joint law enforcement exercise focusing on radiological threats. N.Y.S. Department of Environmental Conservation

First District congressman finds fault with ‘multiple groups and multiple sides’ in Virginia mayhem

Some 100 women expected to gather and march
A rally is planned for next Thursday to celebrate the centennial anniversary of suffrage in New York State.

Hundreds of thousands stolen here and elsewhere