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Certain things need to be done, including preparing my boat for the season
A boat on Noyac Bay took advantage of the last day of the local scallop season on Saturday. Jon M. Diat

Young activists organize bus to capital, rally in Sag Harbor
Several hundred people took part in a March for Our Lives in Sag Harbor on Saturday as hundreds of similar gun-control rallies took place across the country. Lisa Tamburini
Lisa Tamburini
At the March for Our Lives in Sag Harbor on Saturday, Sinead Murray, a Pierson High School student who helped organize the event, urged parents and students to make their voices heard.

‘What about being good human beings?’ Tibetan asks fifth and sixth graders
Lama Tenzin, a Tibetan Buddhist monk, constructed a sand mandala of compassion during a weeklong visit to the Ross School. Judy D’Mello
Lama Tenzin with students at a mandala-dismantling ceremony at Long Beach in Noyac on Friday Judy D’Mello

‘Weak’ rental registry code fails its first trial
A jury found James Henry, a tenant in Northwest Woods, not guilty of violating East Hampton Town’s rental registry law. After the verdict was announced, he posed with his girlfriend and housemate, Katlyn Albrecht, and his attorney, Lawrence Kelly. T.E. McMorrow

‘Underutilized’ 60 acres could get a new pavilion
Matthew Charron

This is part of a series of profiles of candidates running for the Democratic nomination in the First Congressional District.
David Pechefsky is one of six candidates for the Democratic Party nomination.

East Hampton Town Police Sgt. Dan Roman with one of two state-of-the-art patrol bicycles, now part of the department’s fleet T.E. McMorrow

Joanne Jiminez of Hamptons Pony Parties and Jiminez Jumpers brought Annie the pony
Joanne Jiminez of Hamptons Pony Parties and Jiminez Jumpers brought Annie the pony to meet first graders at the John M. Marshall Elementary School during a lunchtime Brown Bag enrichment event on Friday. Durell Godfrey

An oyster-garden program started two years ago in Three Mile Harbor will expand this year, allowing 40 "gardeners" to harvest half of the 1,000 oysters they tend from seed to maturity. Carissa Katz