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Says moratorium could facilitate smarter planning
A cement truck pulled out of an industrial site in Wainscott on Tuesday in a commercial area that would be subject to a one-year building moratorium while East Hampton Town completes a planning study. David E. Rattray

Lots of suedes and leopard patterned shoes can be found among the newly stocked shelves at the Bargain Box in East Hampton Village. Durell Godfrey photos


The 2016 Hamptons International Film Festival begins Oct. 6.

HarborFest celebrated Sag Harbor's maritime history. Morgan McGivern photos
The First Responders were a team to be reckoned with during the whaleboat races.
Panama Celine and Eddy Celine enjoyed HarborFest with their children, Solange and Arguella.
Sarah Cutter and Johnie Sanchez Peele were among the revelers.
There were even some karate moves at HarborFest.
Michelle Severence gave her team members a hug after the whaleboat races.
There's nothing like a little hula-hooping on the beach.

Firefighters, police, and emergency medical service personnel were joined by the public in gathering to remember those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Morgan McGivern photos
Bruce Schiavoni, the president of the East Hampton Town Chiefs Association and the first assistant chief of the Sag Harbor Fire Department, addressed the crowd.
Firefighters bowed their heads in a moment of silence.
An American flag between two ladder trucks at the Hook Mill green in East Hampton Village.
Emergency workers and the public gathered by the Hook Mill.

Among the many choices at a previous Montauk Seafood Festival, Steven Paluba and Candace Ethridge of the Atlantic Terrace Beach Cafe offered a seafood crepe with shrimp. Janis Hewitt


Destination: high school campus off Cedar Street
The East Hampton School Board on Tuesday decided to pursue the Cedar Street side of campus, pictured above, as the site for its proposed transportation depot. Morgan McGivern