Deeds concealed by Arthur Benson now on library website
George Fowler's signature on a document reproduced by the East Hampton Library in which he gave up his remaining rights to land at Montauk. East Hampton Library Long Island Collection
A 1703 receipt for the first annual payment to the Montaukett Indians by the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of East HamptonEast Hampton Library Long Island Collection

After serving eight months, William Lagarenne accused of again stealing copper
William Lagarenne accused of again stealing copper. T.E. McMorrow

Flames driven by high winds rapidly engulfed the West End Road house on Wednesday afternoon.Doug Kuntz
Little was left standing after the fire that ripped through Peter Morton's East Hampton Village mansion on Wednesday afternoon.Morgan McGivern

Tommy Bracco, a dancer and choreographer who was in the original cast of “Newsies!” on Broadway, taught students a dance number from that show during a workshop on Saturday. <I>Durell Godfrey<P> Durell Godfrey
Middle school students learned a musical number.Durell Godfrey
Students listened as Nadia Dajani talked about being a professional actor.Durell Godfrey
Yean Franco sang Leonard Cohen's "Halleluja" with tips from Jack Feldman.Durell Godfrey
Jonathan Howe played piano and Jack Feldman listened as Georgia Bennett sang a song from "Grease." Durell Godfrey
Nadia Dajani discussed the acting craft with a group of students.Durell Godfrey
Jack Feldman, left, Nadia Dajani, and Tommy Bracco donated their time for the Saturday workshop.Durell Godfrey

Marchers huddled under umbrellas in the Am O'Gansett Parade on Saturday. Morgan McGivern
Morgan McGivern
Morgan McGivern
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Morgan McGivern
Christopher Walsh
Christopher Walsh
Michael Clark of Crossroads Music led the parade as the grand marshal.Christopher Walsh
Christopher Walsh
Christopher Walsh

The Coast Guard supplies stickers to identify owners of kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards, in case they go missing.

Lt. Christopher M. Hatch, who has been the commander of the Montauk precinct since 2012, will say goodbye to police work later this month. T.E. McMorrow