The wayward goose, perched on a rock, is believed to be a hybrid of a Pilgrim goose and a Chinese goose, and has taken up residence with a pair of Canada geese and their goslings on Fort Pond.
Brian Gilbride, Sag Harbor’s outgoing mayor, was feted at Muse in the Harbor on Tuesday evening.
Mark Ripolone’s Ditch Plains Taxi is one of several local taxi companies that can now be summoned with the smartphone app Gata Hub.
Christie Fanti, who, along with Heather Miller makes up the human half of the East Hampton Department of Animal Control, was seen with her canine partner, Tiki, an Australian Shepard.
Heather Miller, who is in her eighth year as an animal control officer, partners with Gracie, a Maltese.T.E. McMorrow
World Pie reopened in time for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
A selection of digital photographs taken by Pierson High School students, including this aerial shot of the John Jermain Memorial Library taken using a camera on a drone, will be on display at the library from Thursday through July 18.
Wade Lahrman, Pierson High School Class of 2015
Daniel G. Rodgers talked with his client, the Uber drivers who were facing misdemeanor charges, outside of East Hampton Town Justice Court.
T. E. McMorrow
A firefighter uses a thermal imaging camera to look for fire behind the walls at a house on Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack on Sunday morning.Michael Heller photos
A large family surrounded a member of the class of 2015 as they began to celebrate his graduation.
From left, Lydia Budd, James Budd, and Jenna Budd
It was a packed house under the tent at the East Hampton High School graduation.
Members of the class of 2015 moved the tassel on their caps at the end of their graduation ceremony.
The East Hampton High School orchestra played.
A family posed with their graduate.
Families and friends helped document the evening.
Isn't the best moment during graduation? These kids think so.
New graduates were all smiles after the ceremony.