Mitchell Valcich, who is known as Mickey, and Valinda Miller Valcich created the Tyler Valcich Memorial Fund in their son's memory.
They'll have to wait to line up for chowder until Sunday.
Dogs and their owners enjoyed good weather on the two-mile walk to the ocean during the Stroll to Sea walk last year.
Maxim Bellenove got to see what it's like to be on the nozzle with some help from Harold Marin, an East Hampton firefighter.
Members of East Hampton Fire Department's Company #4; Ken Lockard, a former chief, Lt. Carlos Baucar, Terry kemper, and Harold MarinDurell Godfrey
Kids saw what it's like to handle the fire hose's nozzle. Durell Godfey
Anais Marin checked out how feels to wear a firefighter's helmut. Durell Godfey
Maxim Bellenove and Harold Marin on the nozzleDurell Godfey
Thomas Bock, East Hampton Fire Department's second assistant fire chief, with his granddaughter Madeline AbranDurell Godfey
Along with Michael Heller, a volunteer firefighter, Danielle Bellenove, and her daughter, Pai, watched other visitors to the East Hampton Fire Department's open house on Sunday go up, up, up in the ladder truck.Durell Godfey
Imagine climbing up that ladder?Durell Godfey
Nicholas Reichl with Harold MarinDurell Godfey
Maxx Lawler Hurtado got a turnDurell Godfey
Donald J. Torr, 71, was sentenced to five years' probation on Thursday.
Suffolk County district attorney's office
After searching for him for nearly three hours, police took Valon Shoshi into custody on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton at around 12:45 p.m. Friday.
Stanley Bitterman recently made repairs to an 1840s mantel clock from the Talmage family at the East Hampton Farm Museum, which opens to the public on Saturday.
Lee Zeldin posed for a photograph before departing Cittanuova restaurant in East Hampton during a cocktail hour in his honor last Thursday. From left were Rosa Tikir, Mr. Zeldin, and Nikki Garrett.
Bruce Damark, a third-generation owner of Damark’s, with monitors for the new surveillance system he put in place to protect the deli.