KKK, other white supremacists were recruiting
Literature advertising white supremacist groups, such as this flier directing people to the website and a Ku Klux Klan flier, turned up in East Hampton Town this week.

Original interest-rate projections may have been too rosy, school officials say

House-size proposal draws an impassioned response

Fast response by police and ambulance volunteers makes for a happy ending
Chief Gerard Larsen, second from right, congratulated officers who helped save the life of a man who collapsed at the Maidstone Club in September, from left, Officer Matt Kochanasz, Officer Steven Niggles, and Sgt. Richard Mamay. Steve Sheades

Approved for 2017 over Republican objections

Carolyn Brody, who took over BookHampton in May, is looking forward to a busy few weeks in the store. Christine Sampson

Five years after it was destroyed by fire, Scoville Hall has been rebuilt and will once again serve the community. Christopher Walsh

At least for me, the 2016 fishing season is over
Saturday was a good day for Fred Abatemarco, who showed off one of the many stripers he caught on Fort Pond Bay. Harvey Bennett

Elian Velasquez, a fifth grader, is helping out with the outerwear exchange this year at the Springs School. Paige Morehead