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A Conversation With Andrew Strong

Andrew Strong, of Springs, a human rights attorney who spent seven years working at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on war crimes cases, has been appointed OLA's first full-time general counsel.

Shelter Island 10K Leaves Its Mark on the Community

There have been countless organizations that over the last four decades have benefited from the Shelter Island 10K, which will be held on Saturday, June 16, for the 39thconsecutive year.

“Stand Up” Makes World Premiere at Guild Hall

In 2008, Ed Cashin and Fred Doss teamed up and founded Paddlers for Humanity — a humble, grassroots non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of children and families through mental and physical health initiatives.

Plane Wreckage Discovered in Amagansett; One Victim Still Not Recovered

East Hampton Town Police located the Piper PA31 Navajo plane that crashed Saturday on Friday afternoon, according to East Hampton Town Police Chief Michael...

Third Annual Iftar Held at UU Meetinghouse

As the sun went down on Sunday, June 3, more than 100 people of all faiths gathered at the Unitarian Universalist meetinghouse on the Bridgehampton Turnpike. There, they heard words of blessing in Arabic and the sounding of a gong to announce that dinner was served — more specifically, the Ramadan Iftar potluck dinner.

Frothingham’s 1791 Newspaper Recognized by Press Club as Long Island’s First

Sag Harbor cemented itself long ago in American history as an early colonial whaling port, the site of an American Revolution skirmish and, later, as a factory town and historic district of significance. Now, Sag Harbor has also been formally recognized as the home of a fledgling Long Island publishing industry.

Krupinskis Are Remembered for their Generous Spirit

For many non-profits, educational organizations and residents on the South Fork this is a familiar tale: there was a need, and Ben and Bonnie Krupinski stepped in, often quietly and behind the scenes, to ensure that need was met.

Southampton Town Cuts Ribbon on Mecox Bay Park Boathouse

Several years ago a group of Southampton Town residents joined together to revive the Mecox Yacht Club, and on Wednesday, town officials and residents cut the ribbon on the new 12-by-16 foot boathouse at what is now known as Mecox Bay Park.

Ruch Helps Build Confidence Through Baking

Shirley Ruch, the owner of South Fork Bakery, is not only familiar with confronting challenges, but is also comfortable with overcoming them.

Obituary: Warren Padula, 71

Warren George Padula, 71, of Noyac, a visionary, art warrior, artist, mentor, builder, and creator of a good life, died of heart failure at home on May 27, 2018 with his wife Elaine McKay at his side.

LongHouse Hosts Salon on the Lawn

The second annual Salon on the Lawn was organized by LongHouse Reserve's Junior Council and held Saturday, May 26.

Third Annual Iftar Held at the UU Meetinghouse

As the sun went down on Sunday, June 3, more than 100 people of all faiths gathered at the Unitarian Universalist meetinghouse on the Bridgehampton Turnpike.

Plates For A Cause at The Retreat

Over Memorial Day Weekend, you may have noticed a selection of artfully crafted plates in a handful of storefront window displays.

Remembering Joe Pintauro, a Beloved Sag Harbor Playwright

In the late evening hours of Tuesday, May 29, Joe Pintauro died at his home in Sag Harbor, with Greg Therriault — his partner of nearly 40 years — by his side.

Liehr Celebrates Retirement from Postal Service

Linda Liehr celebrated her last day at the Sag Harbor Post Office last Thursday, with well-wishers stopping by the post office on Long Island...

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