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Participants in the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday vied to top (pun intended) each other with the zaniest creations. Above, the feathers in Heidi Swindells’s bonnet matched the fresh forsythia sprouting from it. Below, Melanie Pineda cozied up to the Easter Bunny. Durell Godfrey Photos
The Lamanna, Sanchez, and Oliver families posed with their canine companions.
With flowery hat that matched her jacket and picture-perfect cat sunglasses, Sophie Hildreth was in fine form at the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce’s Easter Bonnet Parade on Saturday. Durell Godfrey

Local Montauk Notes

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On Monday, as snow blanketed the ground for the third time this spring, a blue jay found a ready meal at a backyard feeder. Durell Godfrey

Starke, Hersh Wed in Park

A rendering by NK Architects and Croxton Collaborative Architects show the proposed three-story cinema arts building with two theaters, a screening room, and a rooftop deck. NK Architects and Croxton Collaborative Architects


Kathy Keller is the third member of her family to be Montauk’s grand marshal
Kathy Keller is the grand marshal of the 2018 Montauk Friends of Erin St. Patrick’s Day parade. Jane Bimson

Jane Bimson

Hedges Inn events nixed as party laws loom
Joanne Lester O’Brien pleaded with the East Hampton Village Board to reconsider its decision to deny a permit for her son’s March 31 wedding reception at the Hedges Inn.
Joanne Lester O’Brien pleaded with the East Hampton Village Board to reconsider its decision to deny a permit for her son’s March 31 wedding reception at the Hedges Inn. Jamie Bufalino

At a meeting in Noyac on Tuesday, Larry Penny thanked environmental groups for pressing the Suffolk County Health Department to release results from test wells at the Sand Land mine on the Noyac-Bridgehampton border. Hilary Thayer Hamann