Education

Overcrowded Springs has no place for piano
Alec Baldwin, seen here in 2014 at the opening of the new children's wing at the East Hampton Library where he helped hand out awards to school children, has given a baby grand piano to the Springs School District, but the school doesn't seem to have room for it. Morgan McGivern

Riding eighth place in regional contest, Bridgehampton will try for championship
The Bridgehampton Robotics Team includes, in front from left, Isaiah Aqui, Jada Pinckney, Milo Youngerman, Jamari Gant, and Madi Koral; in the middle row, Michael Smith and Matthew Hostetter, and Harriett DeGroot, Dylan Breault, Claudio Figueroa, and Laura Uribe (not pictured). Christine Sampson






Some of the SCOPE Education Services honorees, including Dorothy White, in the second row from the bottom and second from the right
Lillian Tyree-Johnson, in the first row to the far right, the Bridgehampton school board vice president, received an award for her contributions as a board member.

Rebecca Morgan Taylor, far right, has been named the new executive director at Project Most. She is seen here in February with, from left, Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr., Peter Van Scoyoc and Sylvia Overby, East Hampton Town Board members, and Amos Goodman, who is running for county legislator on the Republican ticket. Morgan McGivern