Search for missing woman continues, three weeks on
Maria Duchi held a poster with her aunt Lilia Aucapina’s photograph. Ms. Duchi spoke at a Southampton press conference on Oct. 21 about Ms. Aucapina’s disappearance. With her were Ms. Aucapina’s brother, Victor Parra, left, and Carlos Parra, right.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Aviation money dominates 2015 fund-raising
A campaign mailer paid for by the East Hampton Leadership Council praises the Republican candidates on one side and criticizes the Democratic incumbents on the other. As of Thursday, the political action committee had reported spending more than $155,000 on behalf of local Republican candidates.
The Trumpkin themed category produced the Master Blade winner.
A Trumpkin entryDurell Godfrey
At the Ragamuffin parade in Sag Harbor
Springs to fund emergency medical tech program
Former restaurant and a residence also ablaze
Furniture refinishing and stripping products are believed to have caused a fire that damaged an outside wall at Gosman’s Dock in Montauk on Friday night.
Fire marshals are still investigating what caused a fire that extensively damaged a house on Hand’s Creek Road in East Hampton on Monday afternoon. Morgan McGivern
Retired high school teacher studies them all
Pat Hope, who taught science at East Hampton High School, has spent the better part of the three years studying ticks, cataloging their relative numbers, and determining their annual cycles. Challenging a local belief, she has found not a single chigger among the more than 7,000 arthropods she has collected.
A Lone Star tick larvae, one of thousands Pat Hope has collected and cataloged in a three-year, ongoing project. Durell Godfrey