Villages

Eric Casale, the Springs School principal, was behind the wheel of a golf cart newly donated by the East Hampton Golf Club for use in emergencies. Next to him, from left, were Debra Winter, the district superintendent, Chris Varga, a school security officer, Laura Foty, an administrative assistant, and Tom Barnard, the club's general manager. Judy D’Mello

The Very Rev. Denis C. Brunelle Durell Godfrey

At the museum’s 2016 feria, tasting tickets, at $5 apiece, offered a sampling of foods from Mexico and some half a dozen other Latin American countries. Durell Godfrey

Dr. James Meyer, a large-animal veterinarian, is working toward a Master of Science in medical statistics from the University of Oxford in England. Durell Godfrey

Tara and Kevin O’Brien, newlyweds, posed for photos after their wedding ceremony at the Hedges Inn in April, overcoming a bitter permitting dispute between East Hampton Village and the inn. Durell Godfrey

Judge decides against White family in dispute
The White family farmhouse, on a three-acre parcel on Sagg Main Street, was built in the 1880s and is now owned by Anthony Petrello, who was involved in a 20-year legal battle over the property. Jamie Bufalino

The Army Corps determined several years ago that the existing revetment under the lighthouse was deteriorating. Carissa Katz


With computer recycling, stargazing, scavenger hunt, films, talks, and birding
The Shoreline Sweep in 2016. Durell Godfrey

The Deacon David Hedges house in Sagaponack, a farmhouse built in 1775
“Entering the house is like a walk back in time,” John Wilkes Hedges said of the 1775 Deacon David Hedges house in Sagaponack, which has been in the Hedges family since it was built and is now for sale. Durell Godfrey