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Families flocked to East Hampton Village on Friday afternoon for downtown trick-or-treating in the after-school hours, then went door-to-door on the streets off Newtown Lane.
Sag Harbor's Main Street turned into the Pumpkin Trail on Halloween, while children of all ages went store to store trick-or-treating.
After the Montauk P.T.A. Halloween parade on Friday afternoon, kids visited stores in Montauk to trick-or-treat. Check out the array of costumes, not only from the little ones, but the adults, too. 
Attendees at the East Hampton Town Senior Citizens Center got in on the fun.
Bishop, Zeldin trade barbs in home stretch.
Parents of East Hampton High School students received an automated phone call yesterday morning informing them that the school had been evacuated after administrators discovered a threatening message scrawled on a bathroom mirror.

The Bridgehampton Lions Club's Carving Contest on Monday brought out the artist in many, with imaginative creations that took pumpkin carving to a whole new level.
Georgica Association neighbors argue that five-acre zoning should be honored.
After long deliberations, the East Hampton Town Trustees are on the point of allowing a lessee on trustee-owned property at Lazy Point to move her shoreline house to higher ground.