Government

After many snags, town and county seal the deal
Tony Duke, who founded Boys Harbor in 1937, with Alan Sosne, an attorney for the Boys and Girls Harbor organization, when the East Hampton camp property was sold to East Hampton Town and Suffolk County last week.

After razor-thin loss in 2010, G.O.P. Congressional candidate will try again


“We didn’t take the liberty to make a huge deck; it was the only logical place to put it,” said Tracy Stock. Morgan McGivern


Zach Cohen gets endorsement; Bill Wilkinson questions his credibility
Supervisor Bill Wilkinson, with Tina Piette
Supervisor Bill Wilkinson, with Tina Piette, a Republican committeewoman, got ready to give his 2011 campaign bumper sticker a test drive during a G.O.P. meet-the-candidates event at East Hampton Point on Sunday.

Wainscott Post Office
Durell Godfrey

Alfredo Corchado wants to continue bearing witness so that the rule of law will return to Mexico. Jack Graves

Doreen Niggles, the president of the East Hampton Library board, spoke Thursday about its victory in a lawsuit over East Hampton Village, which had sought to block its children's' room expansion. Dennis Fabizak, the library's director, at rear, waited his turn to speak. David E. Rattray