Villages

Carolyn Brody, who took over BookHampton in May, is looking forward to a busy few weeks in the store. Christine Sampson

Steven Ringel Christopher Walsh

Five years after it was destroyed by fire, Scoville Hall has been rebuilt and will once again serve the community. Christopher Walsh

Elian Velasquez, a fifth grader, is helping out with the outerwear exchange this year at the Springs School. Paige Morehead

Chief Gerard Larsen, second from right, congratulated his officers who were involved in saving the life of a man who collapsed at the Maidstone Club in September. From left, Officer Matt Kochanasz, Officer Steven Niggles and Sgt. Richard Mamay. Steve Sheades
Jan Roosenburg's daughter, Kimberly, appeared before the East Hampton Village Board on Friday to thank everyone who helped save her father's life.Christopher Walsh
The half-brother of Miguel Quiroz, who helped in the rescue effort, accepted an award on his behalf.Christopher Walsh

Morgan McGivern

Rust tide, warmer water may be factors in decline
State waters opened for scalloping on Nov. 7. This year, the town trustees set Sunday as the opening date for harvest in town waters. David E. Rattray

Strong volunteers lent a hand moving the 50-pound bags of potatoes donated to the East Hampton Food Pantry’s Harvest Food Drive by Foster Farm of Sagaponack on Saturday. Durell Godfrey

The Intuition II, a former pilot cutter that Patrick E. Malloy converted to an expedition yacht, is up for grabs at a price of $4.95 million. Christine Sampson

The Shinnecock Canal was filled with bunker fish before the locks were open at 9:30 Monday morning. Amy Beth Stern
Tens of thousands of fish died Monday in the Shinnecock Canal.Amy Beth Stern