Villages

Jean Sracapase was among those who had their heads shaved in a “St. Baldrick’s” fund-raiser for children’s cancer research that netted more than $30,000 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church on Sunday, to the bemusement of her family. Janis Hewitt

Barbara Bornstein seen here with her Sicilian burro, Peso
Barbara Bornstein of Sagaponack, seen here with her Sicilian burro, Peso, is a member of the East End Ass Whisperers. Bridget LeRoy



The house at 88 Newtown Lane
The house at 88 Newtown Lane, purchased by East Hampton Village in 2007, is about to get a face-lift. Bridget LeRoy

Quiz Night attendees deliberated with their teams on a Thursday evening at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack.
Quiz Night attendees deliberated with their teams on a Thursday evening at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack. Carrie Ann Salvi

Over 100 beachfront houses in Suffolk County were destroyed during the great northeaster of 1962, 50 years ago today. Everett T. Rattray

John Behan of Montauk  from Tom Morrison and his cousin Gene Jones
John Behan of Montauk, front, received a visit on Feb. 12 from the man he said saved his life in Vietnam, Tom Morrison, right, and his cousin Gene Jones, left, all of whom served in the Marines.

Sean Carmichael, the Ross School’s director of technology, was part of a team put together by Fighting Chance, a free cancer counseling center in Sag Harbor, to donate a lightly-used computer to Jonathan Tyrer, a 20-year-old cancer survivor and budding composer.
Sean Carmichael, the Ross School’s director of technology, was part of a team put together by Fighting Chance, a free cancer counseling center in Sag Harbor, to donate a lightly-used computer to Jonathan Tyrer, a 20-year-old cancer survivor and budding composer. C.B. Grubb

Nick Kraus emerged the winner of the third annual Mr. Amagansett
2012 Mr.Amagansett, Nick Kraus