At Driftwood Shores in Springs, it is neighbor versus neighbor over access
Kenneth and Judith Reiss told the East Hampton Town Trustees that the deed to their property on Driftwood Lane in Springs extends to the high-water mark’. Christopher Walsh photos

Foundation’s good works are ‘a way of carrying her along’
Students from East Hampton High School returned to the Springs School to paint a mural, under the auspices of the Anna Mirabai Lytton Foundation. Rameshwar Das photos
Springs School kindergarten through eighth grade students participated in yoga sessions sponsored by the Anna M. Lytton Foundation
Field trips for writing sessions at places like the Long House Reserve in East Hampton and the Warhol Preserve in Montauk were among the programs the foundation offered to Springs students

The Springs School Board is considering the possibility of using the building that houses the Child Development Center of the Hamptons. Morgan McGivern

Let’s honor dads that have placed a rod and reel in the hands of their sons and daughters
Wind made fishing tough this week, but Mike Manzare managed to catch a 38-pound striper in the bay. Ken Morse

Vigils, rally in wake of mass shooting
Tom House, right, is an English teacher at the Bridgehampton School who got a group of students involved in planning the vigil held Tuesday to remember the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando. The students are pictured here holding the banner they made earlier in the day on Tuesday. Morgan McGivern photos
People came to Bridgehampton from all over the South Fork on Tuesday to call for less hate and more love in society. The crowd numbered nearly 100 people as it paused in front of the Hampton Library with a banner that read, "Standing on the side of love."
Clergy members from various houses of worship, including the Rev. Karen Ann Campbell of Christ Episcopal Church in Sag Harbor, left, and the Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork in Bridgehampton, right, came to the vigil and led the participants in a moment of silence.

The East Hampton Star's annual All Star Awards were held last night at East Hampton Point, honoring students from across the South Fork. East Hampton High School's five All Stars are, from left, Alexandra Perez, Grace Amaden, Jacqueline Espinoza, Dylan Schleider, and Lily McGintee, pictured with one of the assistant principals, Timothy Fromm. Chelsea Audibert Photos
Ben Bonaventura, front left, the assistant head of the Ross Upper School, and Kyle Helke, the junior class adviser, celebrated with four Ross School juniors who were named East Hampton Star All Stars.
Alexandra Perez, left, a junior at East Hampton High School, with her parents at the annual East Hampton Star All Star Awards dinner
Honorees with their parents
Margaret Motto, center, a guidance counselor at Pierson High School, introduced Lily Kot, left, by reading a long list of Lily's accomplishments.
Margaret Mott, left, a guidance counselor at Pierson High School, with Pierson's All Star honorees, Lily Kot, Alex Kamper, and Ana Sherwood, along with Michael Guinan, the high school assistant principal
The four honorees from the Ross School are, from left, Mark Liu, Sherry Gao, Lucia Robinson, and Sam Grossman, who are pictured with Kyle Helke, the junior class adviser.
Lois Favre, the Bridgehampton School superintendent, with the school's two East Hampton Star All Star award recipients, Max Cheng and Nia Dawson, along with Danielle Doscher, the school's guidance counselor

During Montauk's Blessing of the Fleet on Sunday, wreaths will be tossed in the water in memory of people who died during the past year, including The Star's own Russell Drumm. Matthew Charron

After frantic minutes elapse, a tiny hand rises from the water in Montauk
John DeLuca
After John DeLuca pulled a seemingly lifeless 2-year-old from a marina’s waters, he called the boy’s survival a “Montauk miracle — that’s what it was.” Taylor K. Vecsey