One of the cars involved in the two-car accident at the west overlook in Montauk on Monday afternoon suffered significant front-end damage.
Alan Burke/Montauk Fire Department
The Montauk Fire Department's emergency medical service providers treated those involved in a car accident on Monday.Larry Smith
JoAnn Lyles, left, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter who was killed in Iraq, and Nicolasa Arevalo, whose son Orlando Perez was killed in Bagdad in 2008, were among those who observed Memorial Day at the parade in Sag Harbor.
Mary Bennett, left, and Cathy Worwetz
Sailor Christopher Stone with the Todesco family
After the parade, some of the marchers gathered for a photo with JoAnn Lyles, the mother of Marine Lance Cpl. Jordan C. Haerter, who was killed in Iraq in 2008.
The McMahon brothers: from left, John McMahon IV, Daniel McMahon, who just came back from a four-year deployment, and William McMahon.
Kix, age 3, and Tucker, age 5, waved as the parade made its way down Main Street.Christine Sampson
The parade route was filled with those observing Memorial Day, selfies and all.Morgan McGivern
Gordan Miller waved his flag in support of the marchers.Morgan McGivern
Three World War II veterans, from left, Joseph DeCristofaro, Gene Beckwith, and Norton (Bucket) Daniels, attended the parade and ceremonies on Monday. Christine Sampson
The East Hampton Fire Department Morgan McGivern
The Sayegh and Pike families, of Bridgehampton, attended the Memorial Day parade on Monday.Christine Sampson
The Daisy troops also marched.Morgan McGivern
A blue plastic tarp covered a portion of the roof of an Amagansett house that was damaged in a fire on Saturday night.
David E. Rattray
Firefighters on Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton, which was closed to traffic on Saturday morning as a fire at World Pie restaurant was brought under control.
World Pie, which has been opened for 15 years, was closed on Saturday after a fire. Taylor K. Vecsey
World Pie let customers know they are closed temporarily. Taylor K. Vecsey
Robert Hefner, a preservation adviser working with the Thomas Moran Trust, held an image of the original weathervane in front of the studio where the new one would be placed.
Robert Hefner and members of the construction team from John Hummel and Associates, from left, Bruce Rambold, who is overseeing the restoration, Zenon Tuminski, Jon Hummel Jr., and Adam Galecki.Durell Godfrey
Adam Galecki placed the copper weathervane atop the Moran studio turret.Durell Godfrey
All done. Durell Godfrey
New York State reopened portions of Shinnecock Bay to shellfishing on Friday after a two-week closure.
Lee Avenue in East Hampton Village is representative of a classic East Hampton Village style and sense of place that officials would like to see preserved.
David E. Rattray