Shinnecock Will Begin Construction On Marijuana Dispensary Next Week, With Giant Cultivation Operation On...
The Shinnecock Nation expects to begin construction next week on its long-planned medical marijuana dispensary and wellness center on Montauk Highway, the first step in what the tribe and its business partners hope will be multi-pronged economic venture that will generate tens of millions of dollars for the tribe and could make it a major wholesaler of cannabis products statewide.
Across the Sag Harbor business district, restaurants, struggling to overcome from the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic, have embraced the concept of outdoor dining in ways never seen before.
The Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End (CTREE), a nonprofit organization that offers therapeutic riding lessons and equine assisted activities for children and adults with emotional, cognitive, and physical disabilities, has found a new home that promises to help the organization expand its services.
Child Cancer Survivor Pays It Forward, Aspires To Be Pediatric Nurse
With the Fourth of July already passed, full-time and seasonal residents and renters reflect on the protocols that make them feel safe, and wonder if a surge of beach-goers could entail a second wave of COVID-19.
Kitten Rescued From Storm Drain In Montauk
A Spiritual Equine Connection: Shinnecock Nation Welcomes Horses Into Community
For 40 years, the Mark Humphrey Gallery was a Southampton Village fixture. Established in 1980 by Mr. Humphrey and his partner, Larry Rundie, as a purveyor of posters, prints, miscellaneous art objects and framing, the gallery shifted focus several times over the decades and carried works by some of the most successful artists of the last half century. On June 11, Mr. Humphrey died of complications from cancer at The Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Westhampton Beach. He was 71.
Sag Harbor-Based Animal Rescue Aims To Give Dogs A Second Chance
Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Reimagines Annual Summer Gala
The Parrish Art Museum is coming together to create art to thank those who are taking risks in the community to keep everyone safe. All are welcome to send a positive message with art and take a moment to design a thank you card or two for the frontline workers in the area.
After seven large-scale protests swept across the South Fork last week, organizers are now looking forward, strategizing about how to ride the wave of nationwide momentum for racial justice. But on the South Fork, these organizers look different than their national counterparts: they’re younger.
Following a statewide announcement that camps can open this summer, day camps on the East End are finalizing their programs and safety measures.
In collaboration with Sag Harbor Village and sponsored by the Sag Harbor Partnership, the Sag Harbor Cinema Drive-In will officially kick off with a free test run on June 21, in lieu of grand reopening festivities originally set for the second weekend in April — now postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Q&A: New General Manager Says WPPB Will Become WLIW, Move To New Studios And Become Part Of An Islandwide Multimedia Plan