Villages

Stephanie Diamond of Schwab Charitable, a donor-advised fund, speaking, with Andrew Stern of YorkBridge Wealth Partners in Bridgehampton and Loretta Davis, the executive director of the Retreat domestic violence programs, at a business leaders’ conference held at Gurney’s Resort in Montauk on Monday. David E. Rattray

A mass of potholes mars a particularly bad section of Route 114 between Stephen Hand’s Path and Sag Harbor. Officials are urging the State Department of Transportation to resurface the road in the spring. Carissa Katz

Paul Fried voiced his support for lifting the ban on amplified live music by singing for the village board. Jamie Bufalino
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. commended Sgt. Kevin Duchemin, second from left, for his years of service to the Village Police Department as Chief Michael Tracey, and the board members Richard Lawler, Barbara Borsack, and Arthur Graham looked on. Jamie Bufalino

Maria Vann

The I.G.A. food market in Montauk Christine Sampson

Working with Concerned Citizens of Montauk, the United States Geological Survey will use advanced scientific analysis, known as microbial-source tracking, to establish a baseline of pollutants in Lake Montauk. Durell Godfrey
Russell Drumm

Ronald Perelman hopes to resolve property’s many transgressions
The main entrance to Ronald Perelman's Creeks property in East Hampton, where a number of buildings were altered without the required village approvals. David E. Rattray

Sadness at church, but hope was the message
“Let’s put a smile on our faces because this is a day of celebration!” Doris Hanna told the crowd at Calvary Baptist Church’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. event in East Hampton on Monday. Durell Godfrey Photos
Young people were a big part of the celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Calvary Baptist Church on Monday. Jacarra Stephens performed a praise dance, and, below, a young member of the congregation talked about the civil rights leader’s legacy.
Members of the church choir helped lift people’s spirits.
Never in all of my life could I have anticipated where we are today,” said Lucius Ware, above, president of the Eastern Long Island Chapter of the N.A.A.C.P.

Havens Beach in Sag Harbor was on the receiving end of a harbor dredging project in the fall that left gray silt and more rocks than usual on the sand. Village officials have said they will remove as many of the rocks as possible. Jamie Bufalino

Deborah Field