Villages

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


Augie Bouker, an Army veteran, was among those in attendance at a Veterans Day parade and ceremony in East Hampton on Friday. Durell Godfrey Photos
Veterans of the Gulf and Iraq War, Vietnam War, Korean War, and World War II, from left, Scott Branche, Jim Lubetkin, Bob Rizzarti, and Joseph DeCristo
A short march took veterans down Main Street to the Hook Mill green.Carissa Katz and Durell Godfrey
At the memorial green, those in attendance paused for brief prayer to remember the fallen. Carissa Katz
Emma and Frankie Sokolowski waved their flags for the veterans.Durell Godfrey and Carissa Katz
Officer Jennifer Dunn with her grandfather, Joseph DeCristofaro, a World War II veteran and past commander of the East Hampton post of the V.F.W.Durell Godfrey
World War II medals
Paul Kallmeyer, in the foreground, Carl Hettiger, center, and Stuart Nassauer saluted the flag during an Armistice Day service at the American Legion Post in Amagansett.Durell Godfrey



Philip O’Connell, left, was sworn in as the newest member of the East Hampton Village Board by Rebecca Molinaro, the village administrator, as Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. looked on. Christopher Walsh

The project will include a landscaped center island and multiple crosswalks.
A roundabout at the intersection of Buell and Toilsome Lanes in East Hampton Village could be constructed in spring 2017, a consulting engineer told the village board last Thursday.

Members of the East Hampton Library’s teen advisory board, including, from left, Wells Woolcott, Ashley Simons, Samantha Dossantos, Jackie Chuya, Taylor O’Neil, Gaby Arevalo, and Raquel Burns, helped design the library’s new young-adult room. Christine Sampson

Debbie Blake-Frasca and her daughter, Megan Morici, invented the Handy Apple, an apple holder for children. Jason Carey

Last year, some vegetable mascots tried to drum up donations for the Harvest Food Drive outside the East Hampton Middle School. Durell Godfrey