The reopening of Fort Pond House in Montauk will be officially celebrated on Sunday at 2 p.m. Carissa Katz

The mortgage holder agreed to put a fence around the two exposed sides of the former Morpurgo property, as village officials consider tearing the house down in the name of public safety. Taylor K. Vecsey

Morgan McGivern

Family friends have organized a GoFundMe campaign to help Erika Gomez, a 20-year-old East Hampton woman with epilepsy, afford medical treatment and a therapy dog. Kathleen Gomez-Chaves

Soldiers march in Sag Harbor's Memorial Day parade. Durell Godfrey
In East Hampton, a prayer was read.Morgan McGivern
Sag Harbor's parade route included Main Street.Durell Godfrey
East Hampton firefighters also marched. Morgan McGivern
Charles Valleau, the commander of the East Hampton post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, was the keynote speaker at the memorial green.Morgan McGivern
The parade route was lined with supporters of all ages.Morgan McGivern
The "missing man" formation at the memorial green at Hook Mill in East HamptonMorgan McGivern
Veterans fired a salute near the Jordan C. Haerter Memorial in Sag Harbor.Durell Godfrey
A salute at the World II and Korean War monuments in Sag HarborDurell Godfrey
Veterans from all branches of the military participated in Sag Harbor's march.Durell Godfrey

Durell Godfrey

A recently completed mural by John Capello at the Sag Harbor Masonic Lodge Anthony Lombardo

Plantings for substation, and for train station
Contemplating prospective landscaping at the PSEG-Long Island electric substation in Amagansett Saturday were, from left, Michael Cinque of the Amagansett Village Improvement Society, Bob Parkinson, PSEG project manager, and Victor Gelb, Cathy Peacock, and Joan Tulp of A.V.I.S. Irene Silverman
The Long Island Power Authority’s latest plan for its Amagansett substation, which is managed by PSEG-LI, features a “naturalistic” mix of trees and shrubs native to the East End. Landscaping is expected to begin in the fall.