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Capt. Frank Tuma Sr. to be honored at Montauk Mercury Grand Slam
Capt. Frank Tuma Sr., kneeling at lower right, with a giant bluefin tuna caught aboard a charter fishing trip out of Montauk.
Capt. Frank Tuma Sr., second from right, aboard his charter boat Gannet. He will be honored as the Fishing Legend of the Year at the conclusion of the Montauk Mercury Grand Slam Fishing Tournament on Sunday.

Thomas Quintin Jr. leaves behind two children, Noah, 17, and Kaylen, 24.
Commercial fishing is in the Quintin family blood. His nephews, including Dalton Frye, also scallop.

Dankowski family suggests growing only food crops

Just two minutes to ask questions, to be answered only by the superintendent, who was not there
The Amagansett School Durell Godfrey

Self-contained work-force housing on wheels that can be brought in to house seasonal employees could be tried out on a town property in Montauk. A company called Kondo is developing prototypes like those above and has proposed a pilot program.

Martin the seagull Judy Smith Photos
Martin the seagull faithfully visited Judy Smith during all four seasons of the year, but he has been absent of late.

Duck Creek Farm will open with an art exhibit and reception on Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Town of East Hampton

Barbara Raeder, center, with students at her first ukulele class, held at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church on Tuesday. Christopher Walsh

The Sag Harbor Partnership’s party on Sunday will help raise money to buy the Sag Harbor Cinema property, which was destroyed in a fire in December. Durell Godfrey