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John Lombardo of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., landed this nine-pound fluke on the Lazybones on Sunday morning. It was, by all accounts, the largest fluke landed so far this season out of Montauk. Jon M. Diat


East Hampton's Memorial Day parade took place in the rain Monday morning. Matthew Charron Photos
Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. remembered his late father, who served in the Army during World War II. Matthew Charron
Firefighters carried the red, white, and blue -- and took shelter under it -- during East Hampton's parade.Matthew Charron
Tiger Scouts gathered at the memorial green at Hook Mill along with veterans, firefighters, and public officials, including, at right, Sylvia Overby, Kathee Burke-Gonzalez, and Peter Van Scoyoc, all East Hampton Town Board members, Supervisor Larry Cantwell, and East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. Matthew Charron
At left, Bill Mott, commander of the East Hampton American Legion post, at the podium, and John Geehreng were the masters of ceremony; at right, Brian Carabine of the V.F.W. Matthew Charron
Veterans in the "missing man" formation fired a salute to the departed. Matthew Charron
Rain or not, spectators turned out to watch the parade. Matthew Charron

Matthew Patrick McGee, a petty officer third class with the Coast Guard, was led out of East Hampton Town Justice Court on Monday, accused of beating up a woman in Montauk. T.E. McMorrow

Veterans marched in the Memorial Day parade in East Hampton in 2015. Morgan McGivern

Safelite AutoGlass is back in business despite a fire on Monday night. Safelite

As part of a plea deal, Jefferson Davis Eames admitted in East Hampton Town Justice Court on Thursday that he had fled police while driving under the influence of drugs, gave a quarter of a Xanax pill to a teenager, and allowed a party with under-age drinking to take place at his house. T.E. McMorrow

Firefighters doused a fire at the Safelite AutoGlass building in Bridgehampton on Monday evening. Michael Heller photos