Rudy the rooster and Trouble the goat keep order at Rita’s Stables. Durell Godfrey

Among those who joined an East Hampton High School junior class trip to the National September 11 Memorial last week were, in front from left, Hunter Medler, Eros Elizondo, Hannah Mirando, and Jen Wilson, and in back, Laura Molinari, East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo, and Bill Barbour. Judy D’Mello

Actress and philanthropist, 93, returned to place she was said to love most
Dina Merrill, left, with Roy and Frieda Furman at a 1992 benefit for the New York chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

Smoke was pouring from the eaves of the Satellite AutoGlass building.

Dell Cullum, seen in December while cleaning trash from an osprey nest at the entrance to Three Mile Harbor. Durell Godfrey

With summer nigh, employers gather for advice on visas and seasonal workers
Nadine Trinh, an attorney with the firm Jackson Lewis, offered insights on current immigration regulations affecting employers during an East Hampton Business Alliance breakfast at Cittanuova last week. Carissa Katz

Members of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals were pleased that Ellin Salzman seeks only minor additions and alterations to a house on Spaeth Lane that The New York Times called “a landmark of white modernism in East Hampton.” Durell Godfrey

Sag Harbor tells gas station to remove 60-foot flagpole
The Sag Harbor Village Zoning Board of Appeals denied a variance for a 60-foot flagpole, which was put up without permission at the gas station on Route 114. Taylor K. Vecsey

All budgets pass; board newcomers fare well
Patrick Brabant, left, won a write-in campaign for a seat on the Springs School Board, and Claudia Quintana, also a write-in, bested an incumbent to win a seat on the Amagansett School Board.