Across Suffolk County in 2017, there were 396 opioid-related deaths — more than one a day for the year. Up to October 1 of this year, there have been 171 opioid deaths county-wide.
Starting with pledges of $25,000 each over five years from two anonymous Lions, and a subsequent pledge of support from Lion Ted Conklin of The American Hotel, the Sag Harbor Lions Club is launching a fundraising drive with the goal of giving $40,000 a year toward college tuition to three deserving Pierson seniors.
The Sag Harbor Inn donated food and coats for needy families at the food pantry, which is operated out of the Old Whalers' Church on Union Street in Sag Harbor.
The Stony Brook Southampton Windmill is a national literary landmark, a fixture in local lore surrounded by myths and legends — and on Friday, December 7, by Christmas lights.
Even though they’re long gone, the people who are buried in the South Fork’s oldest cemeteries often have a lot to say about the early days of the towns where they lived.
Joan Healey Evans passed away peacefully in her home on Friday, November 30, at the age of 80.
Pat Gorman, co-designer of the iconic MTV logo and leader in the graphic design world since the 1980s, has died.
Mr. Egosi, who was raised in Sag Harbor, shares the story behind his family’s sponsoring of the community menorah on Long Wharf each year.
On Sunday December 2 at 3 p.m., Temple Adas Israel in Sag Harbor will host its annual Hanukkah Party.
Looking to reaffirm its connections on the South Fork, Maureen’s Haven will hold its first “winter benefit and celebration” in Southampton from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, December 1 at Seasons of Southampton restaurant at 15 Prospect Street.
With the nation in the throes of an opioid epidemic, more focus is being placed on preventing youth from starting down the path to addiction.
There’s a tree on Main Street in East Hampton dedicated to Bill Fleming, as well as a musical piece commissioned in his memory by the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, of which the late East Hampton attorney and philanthropist was a board member. Now, there will be a television studio named in his memory, too.
From contemporary art galleries to iconic businesses like Canio’s Books, and cornerstone institutions including Bay Street Theater, the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum and the John Jermain Memorial Library, the cultural scene in Sag Harbor has been evolving to meet the needs of a changing world.
As chair of the East Hampton House and Garden Tour, Joseph Aversano is always on the lookout for hidden gems nestled in the East End’s nooks and crannies.
Rabbi Geffen explained that the idea for the meeting came from the teens themselves who, in the wake of the Pittsburgh shooting, wanted to know how people of different religious traditions can get along.