This is the second in a series of articles following local candidates on the campaign trail.
Councilman Dominick Stanzione, left, and Town Clerk Fred Overton chatted with Wibke Sullivan of Church Street, East Hampton, on Oct. 9.
Stephen J. Kotz
Brian Smith’s sixth-grade science classes from the East Hampton Middle School joined educators from the Group for the East End at Egypt Beach on Oct. 9 to investigate wave action, biodiversity, and the physical properties of local sand.
The annual walk to raise money for the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons was as popular as ever.
Sophia Wallick with Pippa
Jeff Tarr and Isaac Mizrahi at the Mulford Farm after the walkDurell Godfrey
Jeff Williams and MurrayDurell Godfrey
Peter Strauss with NellieDurell Godfrey
A contestant in the dog-owner look-alike contestDurell Godfrey
Suzanne Murphy with baby Sydney Bea and their dog, ReaganDurell Godfrey
Before latest arrest, Mikey Russell was already facing armed robbery charges in Massachusetts
Mikey Russell in 2008 after he helped lead the Bonackers to the Long Island Class A championship.
Supreme Court judge affirms their ‘standing’
Joshua Young and Christine Lemieux's Mulford Lane house during a storm last winter.
David E. Rattray
Unopposed, Cantwell is generous backer to others
Outgoing and incoming chiefs reflect on the goals and challenges ahead
East Hampton Town Police Capt. Michael Sarlo will be taking over as chief at the start of the new year.
The Atlantic Team at Douglas Elliman — Justin Agnello, James Keogh, and Hara Kang — has made aggressive use of online marketing strategies.
Community looks forward to continuity with new administrators
Cleopatra Panagiosoulis, the Springs School’s new assistant principal, and John Finello, the new superintendent, are getting to know the district.