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‘Love Bites,’ But Charity Doesn’t

It isn’t easy to get Almond restaurant, Scotto’s, Backyard Brine and Shock Ice Cream all in one place — but on Saturday, January 26, Katy’s Courage will bring them together.

A Conversation with Carol Williams of the Friends of Havens Beach

The Friends of Havens Beach, of which Carol Williams is a founder, will present an “Indoor Field Trip to Havens Beach” on Sunday, January 20 at 3 p.m. at the John Jermain Memorial Library. Jean Held is preparing a slide show for the event that will give the human and natural history of the beach, including current conditions, and “a look into better future,” according to Ms. Williams.

Family of Shannon Whelan Reaches Out for Support

The Sag Harbor community and beyond are rallying around the Whelan family after Shannon Whelan, a Sag Harbor native and mother of three, died suddenly from cardiac arrest in Sydney, Australia, several days ago.

A Conversation With Brian Tupper

Brian Tupper, a 1995 graduate of Southampton High School, is a teacher who has traveled across the world educating students.

Bay Street Theater to Eliminate Plastic Bottles and Straws

Bay Street Theater and Sag Harbor Center for the Arts announced late last month it is putting out a challenge to all of Main Street, Sag Harbor to eliminate single-use plastic water bottles and plastic straws in 2019.

Laurence Bache Rossbach Jr.

Laurence “Laurie” Rossbach was born in Manhattan to Laurence Bache Rossbach and Edith Lowenstein Rossbach and died in hospice at the Peconic Bay Hospital in Riverhead.

Shana Rimel Conron, 79

Shana Conron died peacefully on December 19, 2018 after a period of declining health.

Sag Harbor Author to Recount Solo Journey to Parts Unknown

Wafa Faith Hallam, 62, a Sag Harbor resident from 2008 to 2017, when she sold or gave away all of her possessions and flew off on a 19-month solo journey to far-away places she had never been, is not one to rest easy.

PHOTOS: Main Beach Plungers Welcome 2019 in Style

The 17th annual East Hampton Polar Bear Plunge was held at Main Beach in near perfect weather conditions, though there were some choppy waves to contend with

Clarke Whitehead, 48

Clarke Whitehead, a teacher in the New York City public schools, died at his home in Brooklyn, New York. He was 48 and had been ill for two years.

Person of the Year: Minerva Perez

On Tuesday afternoon earlier this month, Minerva Perez was in full work mode — which was unexpected, considering it was her birthday. She had a...

ARF Calendar is Reimagined

This week, and just in time for the holidays, the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons launched its ARF 2018 Yearbook.

State Awards $16.7 Million in Economic Development Grants on South Fork

Municipalities, nonprofits and private companies on the South Fork will receive almost $16.7 million in economic development grants that were awarded by Governor Andrew Cuomo through the Regional Economic Development Councils on Tuesday.

Wreaths Across America Comes to Sag Harbor

On Saturday, Sag Harbor honored its late veterans in a new way — by taking part in Wreaths Across America, a national effort to decorate the gravesites of late veterans with holiday wreaths.

Hospital Announces The Edith Windsor Center

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital has announced that the David E. Rogers M.D. Center, which provides comprehensive HIV medical and mental health care to residents on the East End, will be renamed the Edith Windsor Center in 2019.

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Hermanson Foundation Grants $285,000 to Hospital

The Ellen Hermanson Foundation has awarded $285,000 in grants to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital to benefit the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center and Ellen’s Well.

Balserus, Broadmeadow and Hemby Are Chiefs

On Wednesday, January 9, the commissioners of the Bridgehampton Fire District swore-in their three newly-elected chiefs for the ensuing year.

Government: New Round of Water Quality Applications in Southampton, Dust Bowl in Amagansett

The Town of Southampton will accept applications for the second round of CPF Water Quality Improvement Projects through March 15, 2019, it announced in a press release issued this week.