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Couple has big plans for Deep Hollow
Patrick and Kate Keogh, with their children
Patrick and Kate Keogh, with their children, from left, Francesca, Rohan, and Broudy, have taken over Montauk’s Deep Hollow Ranch. Janis Hewitt

On LTV, Stefanie Sacks wants to change how people think about eating
Stefanie Sacks and her 6-year-old son, Jack Dec
Stefanie Sacks and her 6-year-old son, Jack Dec, cooked up turkey tacos and sautéed kale with garlic in the LTV kitchen for the first episode of Ms. Sacks’s show, “Chew on This.” Carissa Katz

Maintenance costs at issue between Sag and Suffolk
A pier without a lease: Sag Harbor Long Wharf
A pier without a lease: Sag Harbor Mayor Brian Gilbride wants to settle the ownership of Long Wharf so he can complete the village budget. Carrie Ann Salvi

Montauk Marine Basin seeks okay for stand-alone bar on premises
The Hula Hut, an outdoor bar at the Montauk Marine Basin on West Lake Drive in Montau
The Hula Hut, an outdoor bar at the Montauk Marine Basin on West Lake Drive in Montauk, has raised concerns about noise and crowds. Ray Catroppa

Councilman accused of ‘turning his back’ on party

Barnet Lee Rosset Jr.
Arne C. Svenson

New group demands that town get aggressive

Bucket’s and its deviled eggs will be no more
A week of warm farewells have descended upon Bucket’s owner, Everett Griffiths, seen here in the embrace of a longtime employee, Tammi Gay, and Mr. Griffith’s wife, Angela.
A week of warm farewells have descended upon Bucket’s owner, Everett Griffiths, seen here in the embrace of a longtime employee, Tammi Gay, and Mr. Griffith’s wife, Angela. Morgan McGivern

Sweeping high-tech upgrades save the district energy and money
Eric Woellhof, the director of facilities, seen here on the high school roof with Anthony DeFino
Eric Woellhof, the director of facilities, seen here on the high school roof with Anthony DeFino, a colleague, has instigated initiatives that have led to the district receiving a rebate from the Long Island Power Authority. Morgan McGivern

An artsy village debates what qualifies as art
Sag Harbor’s Municipal Building meeting room was packed
Sag Harbor’s Municipal Building meeting room was packed on Tuesday evening for a public hearing on a variance for the Larry Rivers “Legs” sculpture. Carrie Ann Salvi