About 40 Black Lives Matter demonstrators marched from Herrick Park to East Hampton Village Hall and then back on Sunday afternoon.
A protester holds a sign on Newtown Lane. Some passers-by honked in support. Morgan McGivern
Demonstrators were kept behind a barricade at Herrick Park. Morgan McGivern
An example of some of the homemade signs demonstrators brought with them to East Hampton.Morgan McGivern
Marchers during the second rally on Sunday walked up the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike to the Hampton Library.Taylor K. Vecsey
About 75 people took part in the Bridgehampton demonstration. Taylor K. Vecsey
From left, Nettie Rattray, Towera Amada, and Teodros Rattray were among the youngest people taking part in the rally.Taylor K. Vecsey
Kathy Engel, April Gornik, and Barbara Bornstein were among the demonstrators. Taylor K. Vecsey
Some people lined up on Montauk Highway with signs.Taylor K. Vecsey
Willie Jenkins, who had led the chants during the rally, said seeing people of all races come together will help him overcome his fears. Taylor K. Vecsey
She will replace Ruth Appelhof on Sept. 1
Volunteers are being sought to help sell ride tickets and bracelets at a carnival in Bridgehampton this week that will benefit the the Southampton Community Housing and Development Corporation.
Kyle Rosko, his left arm in a sling, left East Hampton Town Justice Court with his attorney, Colin Astarita, after posting $2,500 bail.
Ping Edmunds, left, and Aveen Hallissey started the Soap for Hope project to help efforts to improve hygiene for children in developing nations.
The driver of a Mercedes lost control and the car rolled over, landing near the eighth hole at the Maidstone Club Saturday night.
Hampton Pix photos
'I Love New York'? Not in Montauk. 'One of the stupidest things I've ever seen,' said the town supervisor
On Thursday, just before the Fourth of July weekend, state crews erected a sign on West Lake Drive that local officials knew nothing about and want taken down immediately.
East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael Sarlo
Fort Pond in Montauk is "in peril," C.C.O.M. says, and is being targeted for conservation and cleanup efforts by the organization's new Save the Lake, Save the Pond campaign.
Christine Sampson photos
Mara Dias, right, the national water quality testing supervisor for the Surfrider Foundation, who lent her expert opinion to the issue, said bacterial contamination in the lake and the pond are dangerous to both aquatic life and human life.
Jeremy Samuelson, the executive director of the Concerned Citizens of Montauk, launched the organization's new Save the Lake, Save the Pond campaign on Friday. It aims to preserve and improve water quality in Fort Pond and Lake Montauk.