Villages


Cantor Debra Stein is among the members of East Hampton Clericus distributing buttons bearing the message “Love Thy Neighbor.” Durell Godfrey
Matthew Charron

Durell Godfrey

Taylor K. Vecsey


A crane with a boom approximately 80 feet long was brought in to make repairs to the train trestle after it was struck on Monday morning. T.E. McMorrow


Up for auction, but ‘they should tear it down’
A Lazy Point property mortgage that is financially underwater and the house it covers can be yours at an auction to be held on the steps of Town Hall Tuesday. T.E. McMorrow

Jill Malusky moved from Kentucky to take over as the executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society. Richard Barons, the current director, will retire later this year. Carissa Katz

The participants in a March 30 forum on environmental sustainability held at Mandala Yoga in Amagansett were, from left, Brendan Davison of Good Water Farms; Scott Bluedorn, an artist and activist; Bob Deluca of the Group for the East End; Scott Chaskey of Quail Hill Farm; Linda James of the East Hampton Town Energy Sustainability Committee, and Bill Chaleff, an architect. Biddle Duke, far right, the founding editor of East magazine, organized the event. Durell Godfrey