Villages

Vicki Littman, right, and her daughter, Maria, with the apples that represent donations earmarked for the East Hampton Food Pantry.

Chinese lanterns keep burning
Joan Palumbo, a Montauk resident, holding a Chinese lantern she discovered last week on her roof. It shows an apple-size burn hole.

Couple aids search for land donation

Harbor Raw Bar can't be used as a nightclub, a judge has ordered. Jane Bimson


A rendering of the building to be constructed on the Montauk Highway property that was once home to East Hampton Bowl. McDonough & Conroy Architects

Robert Bori, the Sag Harbor Village harbormaster, straddled a boat at a village dock and an EZ Dock. The boat’s owner got permission for the dock extension because its outboard motors made it too hard to easily reach from the dock. Taylor K. Vecsey

East Hampton L.V.I.S. Fair 1915 East Hampton Star Archives

The Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station Dell Cullum

The welcome spray of cool water from a fire truck at the end of the race. Abbey Allen
Jimmy Buffett gave a surprise performance.David E. Rattray
A wounded rider gave a wave and a smile as he headed out of Amagansett.Morgan McGivern
Morgan McGivern
Local firefighters hung a flag over the Soldier Ride route in East Hampton. Dell Cullum
Two little riders exchanged an American flag.Morgan McGivern
Abbey Allen
Abbey Allen
Richard Valcich of East Hampton went to the Amagansett Farm to support the riders, arriving in style.Morgan McGivern
The festivities at the Amagansett Farm from aboveDell Cullum