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East Hampton revamps food program
Jhoselin Narvaez Gutierrez, left, and Joana Gutierrez, fifth graders, chose smoothies made from strawberries, spinach, bananas, and apple juice during a recent lunch period at the John M. Marshall Elementary School. Christine Sampson

The report is scheduled to be studied tomorrow by the supervisor, the police chief, and Detective Sgt. Lisa Costa
Lilia Aucapina was found dead in the woods a quarter-mile from her house in Sagaponack on Nov. 21, six weeks after she was reported missing.

Looking for creative solutions to close a hefty gap in funding
Project Most, a nonprofit that runs after-school programs in Springs and East Hampton and supports initiatives including the Seedlings Project greenhouse program, above, will not receive donations from the Hamptons Marathon now that the race has been moved to Southampton. Christine Sampson

Scourges that can put a cold blanket on spring
The southern pine borer can devastate the pitch pine tree.


Richard Barons has been persuaded to stay on as executive director of the East Hampton Historical Society for two more years. Durell Godfrey

The inside of a house on Three Mile Harbor-Hog Creek Road was gutted by a fire on Tuesday morning. Michael Heller photos
While the house is still standing, the inside of the house is gutted, fire chiefs said. Morgan McGivern

A scene from “Body Team 12,” one of three Academy Award nominees for short films screened at the 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival.

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