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A body-surfing raccoon was rescued from the ocean near Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett last Thursday. Dell Cullum

Horseradish has historically been a hot commodity in Riverhead, with its large Polish and German communities
Tom O’Neill offered tastings and demonstrations of how the root is ground and then pureed with vinegar to create the familiar mixture. Debra Scott

Utility fights back by seeking restraining order
Protesters, including Ben Forst, left, and Tom Piacentine, gathered at Hook Mill Saturday to call on PSEG Long Island to bury high-voltage electrical transmission lines and remove new poles. Durell Godfrey

Strongheart, the actor's six-acre spread on the bay, now a mere $56 million
Strongheart has a historic manor house built in 1890 and two guest houses. Sotheby's International Realty Photos

Getting to and from the festivities
A test run. From left, Tommy Ciccariello, Paul Monte, the Montauk parade's grand marshal, and Ed Ecker at the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade on Monday

Hot spot faces zoning charges in Supreme Court
Work in January at Cyril’s Fish House on Napeague resulted in a stop-work order issued by the East Hampton Town chief building inspector and two summonses for removing fuel tanks without a building permit. T.E. McMorrow

By Gabriella and Kristofer Kalas
The Mulford Farm, with its circa 1680 farmhouse, traditional barn, pasture, and outbuildings — along with Home, Sweet Home, another 17TH century house, and a windmill — provide an extraordinary introduction to East Hampton’s colonial era. Phillip Lehans Photography
John Henry Mulford was one of the first nine East Hampton settlers. His son, Samuel (Fishhooks) Mulford, bought the property in 1712. It has been preserved by the East Hampton Historical Society. Gabriella Knoll and Kristofer Kalas were married at Mulford Farm on Oct. 7, 2013
Judge issues restraining order; supervisor cites need for impact study
Opponents of a plan to kills thousands of deer in East Hampton Town and Village rallied on Jan. 18. Morgan McGivern

Bill Crain, president of the East Hampton Group for Wildlife, addressed opponents of East Hampton Town and Village’s planned deer cull at Herrick Park on Saturday. Morgan McGivern Photos

Real estate firm seeks unprecedented deal
This vacant storefront at 26 Montauk Highway in East Hampton may become a two-story Saunders and Associates real estate office. Morgan McGivern