Built for Bridgehampton house, an Opus 39 is making new music at church
Although most of the pipe organ was disassembled before being moved, the two keyboards stayed together.
Left,Scaffolding was set up at Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church before the many parts, including the wooden pipes laying in the foreground, were hoisted up to the balcony. Right, the organ was reassembled and ready to play in about a week. Durell Godfrey Photos
The water quality of Hook Pond is poor, with dangerously low levels of dissolved oxygen, a condition fatal to aquatic life, according to Pio Lombardo, the principal of the firm conducting water quality studies for the town and village.
The administration of the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter has plans to revamp its youth programs.
Algal blooms’ causes and solutions sought
Christopher Gobler of Stony Brook University, center, along with Jennifer Jankowiak and Ryan Wallace, graduate students, will conduct research on Georgica Pond’s water quality.
Stony Brook University
$27,535 goal for I-Tri with Hampton Jitney help
Joan Overlock and Fred Doss founded GoodCircle in 2014 as a way to connect businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community members, who can then accomplish local projects.
Bins belong at road ends, not on beaches
A sticker affixed to a garbage receptacle at Wiborg’s Beach in East Hampton Village delivers a blunt message to the East Hampton Town Trustees.
Hook Pond by the Maidstone Club