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It was a long and winding road, but the dilapidated building at 6 Union Street in Sag Harbor Village, commonly known as the Morpurgo house, finally changed hands this week.
A stack of glowing orange pumpkins fashioned in the form of a lighthouse won Luke and Lily Babcock the title of Master Carvers during the Bridgehampton Lions Club's Carving Contest.
The annual Ragamuffin Parade in Sag Harbor Village was held on Sunday afternoon, and children and adults fashioned a host of costumes, from scary to downright creative.
There are still a few spots available on a trip to Louisiana led by the Rev. Tom Murray, pastor at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in Montauk, in November.

Richard Barons will lead a curator’s tour of a show on view now at Clinton Academy in East Hampton about the lives of Sara and Gerald Murphy on Saturday.
A 352-foot-long bridge that would be 140 feet north of the existing Dunemere Lane bridge across Hook Pond, and more or less parallel to it, drew sharp questions about preservation of the vista and the pond’s water quality when the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals considered an application from the Maidstone Club on Friday.
The East Hampton Food Pantry is moving to the Hampton Country Day Camp at 191 Buckskill Road in East Hampton.
An event called Hearts Out for Haiti on Saturday at 668 the Gig Shack in Montauk will raise money to buy water filters and solar chargers and for direct relief efforts in that country.
Joseph Malik-Atkinson and Olivia Stevens of Montauk were married on Sept. 17 at Camp Hero State Park in Montauk.
Services for Janis Hewitt, who died in an accident in Montauk on Tuesday afternoon, begin Friday.
The Montauk Oceans Institute is hosting a benefit at Fort Gansevoort, 5 Ninth Avenue, in New York City Thursday night from 6 to 8:30. It will include cocktails, art, a silent auction, and a discussion about "ocean conservation, culture, and...
The annual Bridgehampton Lions Club pumpkin-carving contest returns to the Bridgehampton Community House on Monday to light up the hamlet with Halloween fever.
Let's face it, black cats get a bad rap during the month of October, thanks to Halloween. Now the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, in an effort to prove otherwise and in memory of one of its supporters, is hosting a special promotion.