Following her presentation Monday on the East Hampton Housing Authority's proposed affordable housing complex in Amagansett, Katy Casey, the group's executive director looked on as Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell addressed the large crowd gathered in the American Legion Hall.
Terry Kemper brought his telescopes to the East Hampton High School campus on Monday to give students from Christopher Merkert's earth science class a look at the transit of Mercury, which can't be seen again until 2019.
The Bridgehampton Fire Department will christen its new tanker truck, along with a new fire police vehicle, during an open house on Sunday afternoon.
The Child Development Center of the Hamptons in Wainscott, the South Fork's only charter school, will close next month.
Edwina von Gal with her new dog, Clover, that she picked up just one day earlier. Ms. von Gal also provided advice about toxin-free gardens and landscaping.
Durell Godfrey photos
Luzmila Gonzalez and Lucas
Sorry, this bulldog wasn't one of the pets up for adoption.
Mrs. Butterworth was adopted last year and back to visit.
Eric Weston with the ultimate lapdog, 12-year-old Magic
Charlie Dickens, the poodle
At left, a woman with her attentive pup, and Susan Burke, right, with Jack, the labrador retriever, and Charlie Dickens, the poodle.
Dorothy Frankel with Ben, who was planted a kiss on Billy Rayner.
From left, except for the dogs, Scott Howe, the new executive director, Sandra Powers, William Rayner, Lisa McCarth, Bobby Lieberman, Katherine Rayner, Zoe Kamitses.
A mural by John Capello in the Masonic Temple in Sag Harbor depicts symbols meaningful to the fraternal organization as well as a comet that was visible in the sky in 1858, the year the hamlet’s Wamponamon Lodge was founded.
John Capello, an artist and a member of the Sag Harbor Masonic Lodge, spent several months working on a new section of a mural in the lodge’s temple on the second floor of the 1845 building on Main Street. Joanne Pilgrim
In the East Hampton School District, four candidates are running for three seats on the school board. From left to right, James Foster, Wendy Geehreng, Alison Anderson, Rich Wilson.