T.E. McMorrow
Part of the East Hampton Library’s lower level was closed to the public this week and last but there was only minor damage after a check valve on a water main burst early last week, flooding the older half of the basement. T.E. McMorrow

East Hampton Village police helped carry the 268-pound dolphin off of the beach on Saturday. Carrie Krempler
Carrie Krempler
Carrie Krempler
Carrie Krempler
Carrie Krempler
Carrie Krempler

Landscape Painter was 87

Kunkush safely in Norway with members of its family, who had been forced to leave a Greek beach town without it after traveling from Iraq via Turkey. Doug Kuntz
Amy Shrodes on Lesbos, Greece, with Kunkush. Ms. Shrodes was wearing a Ross School jacket given to her by East Hampton volunteers who went to Greece.Doug Kuntz
Kunkush ready to travel with its pet passportDoug Kuntz

A worker was injured by a Bobcat earthmover, like the one in this photo, at the construction site at the corner of Montauk Highway and the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton on Friday morning. Durell Godfrey

From left, Zachary Vaccaro, Abby Sherwood, Catie Cannizzaro, Micky Wilson, and Ryan McGarrity, a group of Pierson Middle School sixth graders who participated in P.S. I Love You Day activities at the school. Sag Harbor School District

School officials plan English and Spanish forums
Christine Sampson

Steven A. Cohen’s fence will receive full planning board hearing
A fence Steven A. Cohen had built in front of his renovated building on Pantigo Road, East Hampton, was the subject of a planning board discussion on Feb. 9. T.E. McMorrow

‘Legacy septic systems’ cited in toxic algal blooms
Georgica Pond is the focus of a new effort to reverse the effects of pollution. Morgan McGivern

Focus is on business needs and community desires