Coastal flooding was a bigger issue on the East End than snow. On Shelter Island Friday morning, even on a falling tide one of the South Ferry ramps was underwater and drivers had difficulty navigating their way through the water to get to the other ramp. Carissa Katz
The Turkey Day Run for Fun is a great way to work up an appetite. T.E. McMorrow
For Pvt. William P. Flynn, town’s only Vietnam casualty
Army Pvt. First Class William Patrick Flynn.
John Behan, who was injured in Vietnam, was among those who attended the dedication of a memorial boulder and plaque in honor of Pvt. William Patrick Flynn.Durell Godfrey
Nina Landi, left, and Daisy Dohanos with some of the blankets they are collecting for hospice patients
Restoration project at George Fowler’s 19th-century saltbox digs up a mystery
Now that the restoration of the historic Fowler house is complete, Jim Devine, above, and other members of Friends of the Fowler House are thinking about how to landscape the property in a way that honors Fowler’s gardening prowess. Carissa Katz
Despite outward appearances a year ago, when the Fowler house seemed on the brink of ruin, there was much worth saving inside, as this shot of the tiny upstairs shows. Carissa Katz
Lighthouse sea wall expansion to take two years
Montauk Point's stone seawall will be closed to the public for two years beginning in May for a complete overhaul. Russell Drumm
East Hampton honored veterans at the green by Hook Mill on Sunday. Durell Godfrey Photos
Veterans marched from Citarella to the Village Green on a chilly and windy Veterans Day.
Gavin Best, who is in the Coast Guard, his wife, Laura Lee Best, and their children, Eric and Grace Ann, stood on the side and waved flags. He told The Star he decided not to march so that he could share the parade with his family.
Three veterans chatted before the parade.
Veterans stood at attention.
After the parade, Veterans Day observances continued on North Main Street, where a memorial was dedicated to Pvt. William Patrick Flynn, a son of East Hampton killed in Vietnam.
John Behan of Montauk, who was injured in Vietnam, was among those who saluted Private Flynn.
A boulder was placed near the East Hampton Grill on North Main Street for Private Flynn, East Hampton's only soldier to be killed in action in Vietnam.