Fighting Chance of Sag Harbor, which provides free counseling for cancer patients, will team up with Hometown Taxi of Hampton Bays to offer free rides to local doctors’ appointments starting this month.
New York State is opening the floodgates of vaccine eligibility, lowering the minimum age for getting vaccinated from 50 down to 30 this week, and removing all limitations on vaccinations as of next Monday, April 6.
The second offering in Bay Street Theater’s “Story Time,” a new series of eight children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves, will feature Theresa Trinder reading her book “There Is A Rainbow,” published by Chronicle Books, at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 3.
Special Home Needed For Puppy With Special Needs At Southampton Animal Shelter
The month of March is Women’s History Month and it’s an opportune time to consider the role of trailblazing women in this country, especially those who may not necessarily be household names today, but who nonetheless had a huge impact on the generations who followed them. Women like Shirley Chisholm.
Legendary stage and screen actress Dame Julie Andrews and her daughter, Bay Street Theater cofounder Emma Walton Hamilton, have signed on to join Bay Street’s upcoming “Story Time,” a new series of eight children’s books read aloud on Zoom by the authors themselves.
Band applications are now available for the Southampton Youth Bureau’s 18th Battle of the Bands. This year’s competition will be held on Friday, June 11 (rain date: Friday, June 18) from 8 to 11 p.m. (location TBA).
‘The Hamptons: No Vacancy’: Scott Bluedorn Illustrates Severity Of East End Affordable Housing Crisis
Scott Bluedorn Illustrates Severity Of East End Affordable Housing Crisis
Nancy Williams of Sag Harbor died on March 5 at Stony Brook University Hospital, following a brief illness. She was 93.
In recognition of March being Women’s History Month, the Sag Harbor Historical Society has recently posted on its website a short video celebrating Dorothy Ingersoll Zaykowski and her village history, “Sag Harbor: The Story of an American Beauty,” which was published 30 years ago this summer and is now in its fourth printing.
The pilot program that paired Quail Hill Farm with the food pantry at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center worked so well last year that, thanks to a grant from All For the East End and the Long Island Community Foundation, it will continue this year.
Susie Roden Kickstarts Fundraiser, While Facing Breast Cancer For Third Time
Patricia Lynch, Fearless Journalist Who Took Down Cult Leaders, Dies At 82
Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Looks For Foster Parents For Chihuahuas Rescued From Hoarder Home...
The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation last week stepped up to the plate, agreeing to rehabilitate 20 of the homeless pooches, according to Kate McEntee, the director of animal relations for the Hampton Bays shelter, and now is looking to place the dogs in foster homes.
It's A Wrap: Shinnecock Nation Completes Work On Second Billboard