Town Attorney Recalls Brother's Courageous Sacrifice In The North Tower On September 11, 2001
But in the age of COVID-19, an autumn trip to the farm will not be as simple as it used to be, although guidance recently issued by the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo aims to clarify the steps that need to be taken.
As far as folkloric history goes, it’s certainly an oddity. As far as its role as an object contained in the collection of a local public library, it’s even odder still. But it turns out that the rather ordinary looking elongated black rock currently on view at the East Hampton Library comes with a truly intriguing back story.
James Hook Named Executive Director of Sag Harbor Cinema
Sag Harbor Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy in an impromptu ceremony on Friday presented 9-year-old Elle Maslin with a whale keychain to thank her for her generosity after the North Haven and New York City resident donated her savings of $286 to help the village make storm drains along Bay Street safer for ducklings that often fall through the grates.
Black Lives Still Matter Protest Crowd: Small, But Loud
A “Back the Blue” rally in Southampton Village Saturday morning saw hundreds of supporters gather to celebrate police and the military.
Mary Anne Jules, a former Bridgehampton School gym teacher and athletic director, remains in Stony Brook University Hospital, recovering from serious injuries suffered when she was struck by a work van while jogging on Blank Lane in Water Mill early August 26.
Three first-year East Hampton Town lifeguards dashed into action earlier this month when three women were sucked by the current into the inlet to Three Mile Harbor.
On Thursday, August 27, the Preservation League of New York State will host a free virtual panel exploring SANS (Sag Harbor Hills, Azurest and Ninevah subdivisions), the historically African American vacation community in Sag Harbor. This event is the first in a new webinar series hosted by league.
The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, which has been helping find homes for stray and abandoned dogs and cats since 1974, will soon embark on a major capital plan. At the same time, the organization announced that it had received a significant donation from Richard Wells McCabe of Sagaponack.
East Quogue Mom, Daughter Raise Funds For Flying Point Foundation With Bicycle Built For Two
Phillips Southampton, an exhibition and auction outpost of Phillips Auction House, opened its doors at 1 Hampton Road this past Friday, August 14.
“Africaville,” a powerful debut novel by Jeffrey Colvin, tells the story of the black experience in parts of Canada and the United States and offers insights into the outrage against racism and oppression that has sparked protests not only in America but around the world. On August 15 and 16, a series of events that offer a unique opportunity to experience many of these insights. “Present Tense: Black Lives Matter(ed)” is a weekend of theater, art, literature, history and activism education centered around Colvin’s novel. Co-hosted by Guild Hall in East Hampton, The Church in Sag Harbor, and the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs.
GoFundMe Page Set Up for Sag Harbor Woman After ALS Diagnosis