Villages

Joan Tulp was the grand marshal of the Am O'Gansett Parade. Behind her were, at left, Tyler Armstrong, this year's Mr. Amagansett, and East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky. Durell Godfrey Photos
Marcum Lockwood, Kate Keith, and young Charlie, Margaret, and Bridget Lockwood were in the spirit. Durell Godfrey
A contingent from the Montauk Friends of Erin, who have their own considerably larger parade on March 26, turned out for Amagansett's celebration on Saturday. Durell Godfrey
Brownies from East Hampton's Troop 581 sold cookies Girl Scout cookies before the parade and then joined the marchers.Durell Godfrey
Some of Troop 1288 used their leprechaun beards to their advantage on the chilly day.Durell Godfrey
Second-grade Brownies from East Hampton made a strong showing.Durell Godfrey
East Hampton Town Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc, the 2014 Mr. Amagansett, wore his golden clamshell with pride.Durell Godfrey
East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky was happy to be there.Durell Godfrey

“there is a history with the zoning board . . . with this particular property.”


A large tree near the East Hampton Presbyterian Church fell across Main Street as heavy rain and strong winds blew on the East End. Carissa Katz
Carissa Katz

Hook Mill in a snow storm. Durell Godfrey

With much of Suffolk County under a blizzard watch, County Executive Steve Bellone spoke to reporters Monday morning at the county's Department of Public Works yard in Commack.

Again?! The South Fork is bracing for as much as 12 inches of snow through the day on Tuesday, though meteorologists say the area could be spared the conditions expected elsewhere on the Island. Durell Godfrey

National Weather Service
More shoveling is in store.Durell Godfrey

Montauk is getting ready for the big parade. Janis Hewitt

Snowdrops were dusted in snow Friday. Durell Godfrey