East Hampton officials question schools’ use as Election Day polling places
The East Hampton School Board asked the Suffolk County Board of Elections to move polling places elsewhere. The answer was no. Morgan McGivern

Kids playing at CMEE.

Durell Godfrey

Christine Sampson

Lou Reale

From left, Jameson Grant, Devyn Eames, and Milena Torres worked together to measure various aspects of water quality at Louse Point on Oct. 23 as part of the Day in the Life of the Peconic Estuary program. Christine Sampson
Students picked fish and shrimp from a net at Northwest Harbor, measuring them before returning them to the water. Christine Sampson