A lioness with her kitten, Mio Halsey holds two-month-old Kaia.
Two-year-old Harry Flight, a rookie cop for the NYPD, takes a lion, who happens to be his father, into custody.T.E. McMorrow
An angel, London Rosiere, founder of SoulGrow Day Camp, handed out treats to every devil she met.T.E. McMorrow
A cute monster, Phoebe Abrams, 2, let her hair down during the parade.T.E. McMorrow
From left, Terence Lightcap, Brian Lester as Mickey Mouse, Maureen Rutkowsky, Phil Berg, Sarah Conway, Phil "Er up," Sharon Prince, and Joy and George HearT.E. McMorrow
Rose Tacuri, 8, with her mother Marcea, and her brother, Christopher, 2, who was a bit skeptical of the proceedings.T.E. McMorrow
Junior Gunaga, 19 months, didn't wait to get home to enjoy the booty of his Halloween prowl.T.E. McMorrow
Suniah Cooks, and 8 year old Lady Bug, Nueva Hyatt, a Buccaneer Beauty, Jaden Reid, a 16-month old Superman, and Sherlene Reid, along for the fun.T.E. McMorrow
Tom Kaczmarek, dressed as a seventeenth-century Japanese business man, watched the parade of goblins go by.T.E. McMorrow
Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as deer, complete with antlers and a necklace of ticks.
The East Hampton Town Board got in on the fun. Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc dressed up as a deer, and Councilwoman Sylvia Overby came as a devil.
East Hampton High School students were ushered to the bleachers by the football field during an evacuation of the building after a scrawled threat was discovered yesterday morning.
Police were conducting a search of East Hampton High School after students were evacuated Wednesday morning.
Students were grouped on the football field. Durell Godfrey
Concerned parents lined Long Lane after receiving the automated message Wednesday morning.Morgan McGivern
Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. and State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle joined village and town officials to formally announce a $700,000 New York State Community Capital Assistance Program grant for construction of a roundabout.
Danielle Rodriguez, from Holbrook, brought her three children, Giovanni, 6, Marianna, 8, and Evan, 4, to Northwest Creek in East Hampton earlier this month for a survival-skills course.
Huntington and Adelaide Sheldon of Atlantic Avenue in Amagansett plan to donate the original Amagansett schoolhouse, which has been on their property for many years, to the school district.
Mitchell Valcich, who is known as Mickey, and Valinda Miller Valcich created the Tyler Valcich Memorial Fund in their son's memory.
After searching for him for nearly three hours, police took Valon Shoshi into custody on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton at around 12:45 p.m. Friday.
Valon Shoshi's family, including his mother, who was injured in shooting, appeared in town court
Valon Shoshi outside East Hampton Town Justice Court on Saturday, where he pleaded not guilty to four charges related to an incident in which he allegedly fired a shotgun at a family house in Springs the day before then led police on a brief chase.