Firefighters, police, and emergency medical service personnel were joined by the public in gathering to remember those killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Morgan McGivern photos
Bruce Schiavoni, the president of the East Hampton Town Chiefs Association and the first assistant chief of the Sag Harbor Fire Department, addressed the crowd.
Firefighters bowed their heads in a moment of silence.
An American flag between two ladder trucks at the Hook Mill green in East Hampton Village.
Emergency workers and the public gathered by the Hook Mill.
Among the many choices at a previous Montauk Seafood Festival, Steven Paluba and Candace Ethridge of the Atlantic Terrace Beach Cafe offered a seafood crepe with shrimp.
The East Hampton School Board on Tuesday decided to pursue the Cedar Street side of campus, pictured above, as the site for its proposed transportation depot.
Rob Jahoda, who spent 11 years as the traffic control officer in charge of crossing East Hampton Middle School students in front of the school, has moved on to the code enforcement division in East Hampton Village.
Sebastian Gorgone at Mrs. Sam’s Bait and Tackle in East Hampton told me that Gulp! has been flying off the shelf and that some local old salts are enthusiastic recent converts
Bennett Burki, 10, caught a 35-pound striped bass off Montauk Point.
Nick Zuccitti posed with bull dolphin snagged at Butterfish Hole. Harvey Bennett