Villages


Morgan McGivern photos

Who really owns ‘blighted’ property?
Sag Harbor Village and Southampton Town officials want to turn the Ferry Road properties into a waterfront park, but the owner's representative said they don't want to sell. Taylor K. Vecsey

Richard Barons brought new life to the organization he led
Richard Barons, right, led a 2014 East Hampton Historical Society walking tour that included a stop at the historic Village Hall building. Irene Silverman


The Trumpkin themed category produced the Master Blade winner. John Musnicki
A Trumpkin entryDurell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey
Durell Godrey
John Musnicki
At the Ragamuffin parade in Sag Harbor Durell Godfrey

Retired high school teacher studies them all
Pat Hope, who taught science at East Hampton High School, has spent the better part of the three years studying ticks, cataloging their relative numbers, and determining their annual cycles. Challenging a local belief, she has found not a single chigger among the more than 7,000 arthropods she has collected. Durell Godfrey
A Lone Star tick larvae, one of thousands Pat Hope has collected and cataloged in a three-year, ongoing project. Durell Godfrey
Durell Godfrey


After documenting the plight of refugees, a photojournalist puts out call for help
Crowded onto rubber dinghies, refugees fleeing Syria and other countries where war is ongoing have been arriving by the thousands in Lesvos, Greece.Doug Kuntz
Doug Kuntz
Doug Kuntz
Doug Kuntz
Doug Kuntz
Doug Kuntz
Flanking Doug Kuntz, center, is a volunteer holding a 3-month-old baby whose mother, right, took the journey by boat to escape terrible conditions at home.