Villages


Says shopping party at private residence a no-no
Grey Gardens, which is on the market for just under $18 million, is being rented this summer by American Express, whose plans for the property have already run up against East Hampton Village regulations. David E. Rattray

Cause of die-offs may remain a mystery
“Starvation is my lead, but why they starved is a whole other ballgame,” Frank Quevedo, the director of South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center, said of the dead shearwaters washing up on local beaches. David E. Rattray

Ed Deyermond’s involvement in village government may be ending when he steps down from the Sag Harbor Village Board next month, but his nearly 40-year public service career is not quite over. Jackie Pape

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The Bridgehampton Village Improvement Association is looking for other ideas on how to spruce up Bridgehampton. Durell Godfrey photos
Scuttlehole Road's roundabout was one of the areas suggested in need of some T.L.C.

Paul Harry is a chipper 97. Durell Godfrey Photos
Andrew Malone showed off a photo from his graduating class — the class of 1944 at Southampton High School — during a party at the East Hampton Town Senior Citizens Center organized in part by Michelle Posillico.
The cake featured all the names of town residents who are 90 and over.
Doris Rodriguez was looking glamorous at the party.
Andrew Malone showed, from left, Audrey Gaines, Beryl Banks, and Ida Scott his graduation photo. Ms. Scott and Mr. Malone are both in the over-90 set.
Josephine Crasky got her over-90 certificate:
The town board members Sylvia Overby, Kathee Burke Gonzalez, and Peter Van Scoyoc handed out certificates.

Morgan McGivern