Gerard Drive breach worries emergency responders
Recent high tides during storms have overwashed a portion of Gerard Drive in Springs. David E. Rattray
Heavy seas and successive high tides battered the Georgica Association bath house and parking lot, which were left exposed on Tuesday morning.Morgan McGivern

They accuse big player of poaching agents
The four new South Fork offices include its Bridgehampton outpost on Main Street. Morgan McGivern

But retirements will likely bring down salary costs

Ditch Plain condominium trailer will be raised on pilings to appease FEMA

Firefighters surveyed the damage after a fire broke out at Lazy Point Thursday morning.
Firefighters finished up after extinguishing a fire in a small greenhouse and shed on Lazy Point Thursday.

The photos in “My Sag Harbor Bird Notebook” are as fine as any I have ever come across
A great blue heron waited for a meal along a snowy wetland edge this month. Terry Sullivan

Brandon Kennedy-Gay drove to the basket in Tuesday night's game. John Musnicki

Social media have created a new wedding dimension
Even a bride can’t go unplugged for long. Renee Tobiassen took a moment to check in as she got ready for the wedding. Alison Conklin Photography
Finding a wedding guest without a cellphone camera in hand is a rarity. This guest pulled double duty, managing two iPhones at once. Cappy Hotchkiss Photography
The bride, Renee Tobiassen, and her family posed on the dance floor for a photo taken with the help of a selfie stick. The photo was immediately posted to Instagram. Alison Conklin Photography
Every step of a wedding, for some couples, can be found on Instagram. One of Renee Tobiassen’s favorite photos was taken by her husband’s stepmother and posted using the couple’s wedding hashtag. When bride-to-be Caroline McGintee found herself engaged, she announced it to all her friends at once with a picture of the ring. Instagram