Edwina von Gal with her new dog, Clover, that she picked up just one day earlier. Ms. von Gal also provided advice about toxin-free gardens and landscaping.
Durell Godfrey photos
Luzmila Gonzalez and Lucas
Sorry, this bulldog wasn't one of the pets up for adoption.
Mrs. Butterworth was adopted last year and back to visit.
Eric Weston with the ultimate lapdog, 12-year-old Magic
Charlie Dickens, the poodle
At left, a woman with her attentive pup, and Susan Burke, right, with Jack, the labrador retriever, and Charlie Dickens, the poodle.
Dorothy Frankel with Ben, who was planted a kiss on Billy Rayner.
From left, except for the dogs, Scott Howe, the new executive director, Sandra Powers, William Rayner, Lisa McCarth, Bobby Lieberman, Katherine Rayner, Zoe Kamitses.
A mural by John Capello in the Masonic Temple in Sag Harbor depicts symbols meaningful to the fraternal organization as well as a comet that was visible in the sky in 1858, the year the hamlet’s Wamponamon Lodge was founded.
John Capello, an artist and a member of the Sag Harbor Masonic Lodge, spent several months working on a new section of a mural in the lodge’s temple on the second floor of the 1845 building on Main Street. Joanne Pilgrim
Tom Bogdan, the founder of Montauk United, has signed up 975 members and is readying a questionnaire to be mailed to homeowners to find out what they want for Montauk.
The Southampton Town Board will decide whether to consider a change of zoning for the Bridgehampton Gateway project, a planned development district being proposed on 13.3 acres along Montauk Highway.
Carol Konner of Konner Development said the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee on Monday night felt like a “lynching.” Taylor K. Vecsey
The Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee and Carol Konner, left, don't see eye to eye on plans for her Montauk Highway property.Taylor K. Vecsey
It is important that the property’s characterization on a certificate of occupancy match its utilization
The Everit Albert Herter Veterans of Foreign Wars Post needs a special permit if it is to keep its meeting hall at the rear of its property on Montauk Highway.
The impact of potential traffic generated by a proposed bowling alley and miniature golf course
At sunrise yesterday, the body of humpback whale that had been towed to shore at Little Albert’s Beach in Amagansett awaited biologists from the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation, who would perform a necropsy later that morning.
Biologists from the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation performed a necropsy on part of the humpback whale’s carcass yesterday; the rest was carted away for incineration. Morgan McGivern