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Mr. Duke, who died in April at the age of 95, founded the Boys Harbor camp on Three Mile Harbor
The Grucci company's annual show over Three Mile Harbor is one of the highlights of East Hampton summers for many residents. Kate Maier

Christina Lewis Halpern, left, took a break for a selfie with Valentino Carlotti, rear, former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, and Troy Carter. Durell Godfrey Photos
Participants in the nonprofit’s Summer Intensive session and their facilitators stopped for a photo. From left: Paul Marques, Jonathan Leung, Amanda Greenberg, Jordan Vickers, Tarrus Richardson, Julia Vickers, Kaden Richardson, and Linda Mui.
Loida Lewis, who hosted the party at her ocean-front residence in East Hampton, with her co-chair, Valentino Carlotti.
Troy Carter and Rebecca Carter took in the evening air off the ocean.
Carl Nelson, Sherry B. Bronfman, Sadiq Murray, and Sharon Nelson under the tent at the party.
Djassi Julien and Zavier Jenkins are two of the participants in this year's All Star Code Summer Intensive program.
Garry Grant, Valerie Brown, and Carolyn Lowe
Patrick Egeonu, Olaolu Aganga, Natalie Thompson, and Kameka Dempsey
Kim Rittberg and Alex Nyren
Sherry B. Bronfman, Sheila Talton, and Jackie Adams


Nathaniel H. Miller, an East Hampton Town Trustee, was led into East Hampton Town Justice Court in handcuffs to face a misdemeanor charge.


Melih and Asli Dincer were escorted from court on Friday after being arraigned on charges stemming from alleged threats made against the Jewish Center of the Hamptons. Taylor K. Vecsey


Patricia Hope, president, will not reconsider
Patricia Hope, president of the school board, took members by surprise on Tuesday by submitting her resignation, effective immediately. Morgan McGivern

Amagansett department celebrates volunteerism, tradition, and community
Amagansett’s first firehouse was a former Boy’s Club building on Main Street, behind the present site of Hampton Realty Group. Amagansett Historical Association

With $2.5 million coming, trust makes move for affordable housing on 114
The Sag Harbor Community Housing Trust will close on a deal to purchase eight cottages at 782 Route 114, just outside of Sag Harbor Village, for work force housing. Morgan McGivern