The Town of East Hampton’s goal to meet 100 percent of its electricity needs with renewable energy sources by 2020 was represented at the People’s Climate March, held on Sunday in New York City.
D.W.I. arrest for driver ‘out like a light’
Skid marks from the pickup truck Christopher S. Verity drove onto the lawn of the Bridgehampton National Bank in East Hampton Monday morning extended across Gingerbread Lane and at least 20 yards down Church Street.
An alumnae game field hockey game on Saturday morning was all in good fun.Craig Macnaughton
A hay ride made loops around the high schoolJohn Musnicki
At the carnival Saturday afternoon, kids could don sumo suits and literally bounce off of each other. Morgan McGivern
The East Hampton High School marching band provided music during Saturday night's game.John Musnicki
Taking one for the team, the high school principal, Adam Fine, got a pie in the face while raising $5 a pie for the school.Morgan McGivern
Pierson's freshman class float celebrated Hollywood
A treacherous ride if ever there was one, but these parade participants made it to the park in one piece. Durell Godfrey
It was destination Rio de Janeiro for the juniors.Durell Godfrey
Sophomores set a course for Honolulu.Durell Godfrey
For seniors, it was the classic red phone booths and double-decker buses of London.Durell Godfrey
When it came time for the class skits at Mashashimuet, the audience really got into the spirit, too. Durell Godfrey
Gordian Raacke, center, of Renewable Energy Long Island, held a sign touting East Hampton Town's commitment to getting all its energy from renewable sources by 2020.
The driver was injured after her minivan hit a tree on Route 114 in East Hampton Monday morning.