Bryan and Michele Gosman, with their son, Richard, lost their 5-month-old puppy, Rex, and have hired dog trackers to help find him. Janis Hewitt

Two Latino suicides in three years
Friends and family of David Hernandez met in East Hampton last Thursday to draw attention to the East Hampton High School junior’s Sept. 29 suicide. His mother, Carmita Barros, was second from left, holding his photograph. T.E. McMorrow

At Fireplace Lodge they learned ‘purpose, love, loyalty,’ and survival skills
Former campers revisited a property in Springs on Saturday that was once home to the Fireplace Lodge girls camp. Carrie Ann Salvi

A three-month problem, ‘we shouldn’t rush’
Buell Lane and Main Street in East Hampton Village Larry LaVigne II

Board watchers seek answers on closed-door talks

For undocumented who arrived as children, hope

Board’s lack of openness decried, and what about the big headquarters?
Sag Harbor Mayor Brian Gilbride heard complaints on Tuesday evening from several residents, including Police Chief Tom Fabiano, about closed-door negotiations with other police departments. Carrie Ann Salvi

Lighthouse Museum now houses of replica of ill-starred giant ship
Brian Pope, assistant site manager of the Montauk Lighthouse Museum, pointed to one of two side wheels on a scale model of the S.S. Great Eastern purchased by the museum in August. The model is being readied for display. Russell Drumm

Sag Harbor Village Board ready to outsource
Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Tom Fabiano
Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Tom Fabiano was surprised to learn about a proposal to offer an early retirement package to replace six of his officers with Suffolk Sheriff’s Office personnel. Carrie Ann Salvi

State troopers, helicopter were called in to help
A report of a stolen iPhone led police on a manhunt in Springs last Thursday. O’Reilly, a German shepherd, searched with State Trooper Kevin Drew. T.E. McMorrow