Will the onetime town supe seek his old job?
Suffolk Legislator Jay Schneiderman, left, with Carl Irace at an East Hampton Town Republican Party event Wednesday. Mr. Schneiderman may or may not run for his old post as town supervisor. Morgan McGivern

Courtney Ross to be a ‘digital presence’ as she travels the world on yacht
Courtney Ross, left, the founder of the Ross School in East Hampton, spoke with a student there in 2006. She has annouced to a group of teachers and administrators that she intends to cruise the world on a yacht. Hampton Pix

‘Decent-size’ lots, not a cluster, is the goal

Shared responsibility and a town fund recommended
Russell Drumm

Sag Harbor’s only public bathing spot, Havens Beach, is on the road to recovery. Carrie Ann Salvi

Plans for exhibits of 1900s life at property on North Main Street
An antique corn-husking machine is among the early 1900s implements that could be displayed at a farm museum taking shape at the historic Selah Lester property on East Hampton’s North Main Street. Joanne Pilgrim

Mixed Z.B.A. victory for Montauk’s Beach House

Poignant memories abound at talk on Depression years

Planner’s memo warns that federal flood insurance may be jeopardized
Variances requested for two of the rental cottages at Millionaires Row on Fort Pond Bay, Montauk, stirred up storm clouds at the East Hampton Town Zoning Board meeting last week. T.E. McMorrow

Aisha Ali, the head trainer at Amagansett’s Stony Hill Stables. The land will be preserved through a joint development rights purchase by the Peconic Land Trust and East Hampton Town. Morgan McGivern