Villages

Wind farm officials hear fishermen’s pleas

The annual East Hampton Lions Club chicken barbecue is a week earlier this year and has relocated to Amagansett from the Ladies Village Improvement Society fairground. Durell Godfrey


The cyanobacteria bloom that compelled the East Hampton Town Trustees to close Georgica Pond to the harvesting of crabs and other marine life has sufficiently diminished to allow its reopening. David E. Rattray


The Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station's annual lobster bake fund-raiser will be held Saturday evening. Durell Godfrey

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.

Native American life at Eastville house
A painting by David Bunn Martine, left, a Shinnecock artist, served as a colorful backdrop for a photo with Georgette Grier-Key, director of the Eastville Community Historical Society, at the opening of the society’s new exhibit, “Native American Life on the East End.” Durell Godfrey Photos
The exhibit includes artifacts, tintypes, cabinet cards, and vintage and contemporary photographs.