Annette Hinkle, arts editor of the Sag Harbor Express, writes extensively about the East End of Long Island for a number of regional publications. In 2017, her first book was published. "Sag Harbor: 100 Years of Film in the Village."
A pilots group this week released an economic study it commissioned that says the people who arrive in the Hamptons each year through East Hampton Airport drive nearly $80 million in spending and support more than 800 jobs.
One year after the first cases of COVID-19 were identified in the United States, Long Island continued to be the worst hot spot in New York State for the spread of the coronavirus this week — posting the highest infection rates, the highest hospitalization rate and the most new cases outside of New York City.