AT&T presented a $10,000 grant to the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center on Friday. Pictured with several children from the center's summer camp program are Marissa Shorenstein, president of AT&T's New York State division; Brandon Ray, head of AT&T's Long Island operation; Bonnie Michelle Canon, executive director of the B.C.C.R.C., Anna Throne-Holst, supervisor of Southampton Town and a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives; Gloria Harris, treasurer of the board of directors of the B.C.C.R.C.; and Jay Schneiderman, Suffolk County legislator. Christine Sampson

From a bucket on a ladder truck, firefighters doused the flames shooting from a house on Wyandanch Lane in Southampton. Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
The scene of a massive fire on Wyandanch Lane in Southampton Village on Saturday.Durell Godfrey

A tagged bald eaglet was spotted at the Montauk County Park on the Fourth of July. Charles Schell
Charles Schell

#EastHampton officials get the word out in 140 characters or fewer

Cantwell says 2016 max will be ‘very limiting’

Chinese lanterns keep burning
Joan Palumbo, a Montauk resident, holding a Chinese lantern she discovered last week on her roof. It shows an apple-size burn hole.

Couple aids search for land donation

A rendering of the building to be constructed on the Montauk Highway property that was once home to East Hampton Bowl. McDonough & Conroy Architects

East Hampton L.V.I.S. Fair 1915 East Hampton Star Archives

High mercury levels in East Coast marshes could wipe out some bird species
Oksana Lane, a director at the Biodiversity Research Institute, took blood from a catbird on Shelter Island to test for mercury levels. Marian Lindberg