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Karl Grossman Leads Conversations About Jews on Long Island

As Karl Grossman’s audience expands, WPPB 88.3 FM has handed the journalist a microphone to talk about one of his favorite topics: Jews on the East End.

Plans for Semkus Memorial Push Forward

Drew Harvey is hopeful the Sag Harbor School Board of Education will approve the construction of the work-out station with a memorial plaque in memory of Michael Semkus at its next meeting.

Sag Harbor Remains a Special Place for Jews

Sag Harbor Village has always been a welcoming place for Jews, according to 89-year-old Gertrude Katz, who spoke at Temple Adas Israel on Friday evening about growing up Jewish in the village.

Leavitt and Brown Are Wed

Jessie Leavitt and Jason Brown were married Sunday, June 30, at The Parrish Museum in Water. Mill.

Sag Harbor Express and Press News Group To Merge Under Menus’ Leadership

With more than 280 years of history between them, two award-winning news organizations — The Sag Harbor Express and the Press News Group — have merged to form the largest media group on the South Fork.

Give #APintForJim on Friday

The Fourth Annual Jim Federico Memorial Blood Drive will take place on Friday, June 14, from noon to 8 p.m.

Library Use is on the Rise Across the East End

At Sag Harbor’s John Jermain Memorial Library, nearly everything is trending upward, according to library director Catherine Creedon

Third Annual Hampton Artists for Haiti Benefit Set for June 22

School isn’t an option for every child in Haiti. After the 2010 earthquake ravaged the poverty-stricken country – the poorest in the Western Hemisphere – Sag Harbor artist Jonathan Nash Glynn and his partners decided to change that.

Getting to the Heart of Community Sailing at the Breakwater Yacht Club

From his waterfront office at the Breakwater Yacht Club, sailing director Sean Elliott sees the Sag Harbor sailing community pass by in all its glorious motion.

Thiele Meets With Sag Harbor’s Newest Environmental Pioneer

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. met with fifth grader Sabrina McManus about her environmental project to raise awareness of endangered species.

Sag Harbor Artist Builds Community One Quilt at a Time

During a political climate obsessed with building up walls — both literally and figuratively — Mare Dianora is busy tearing them down. And she is...

NYPD Officer from East End Pulls 84-Year-Old Man from Swamp

Every search-and-rescue operation he goes on is different, but this one in particular was a little more personal for New York City Police Detective Investigator Sean Daly.

Networking to Lend a Hand in Water Emergencies

Two longtime East End lifeguards are asking for help to grow “HELP,” the Hamptons Emergency Lifeguard Partnership.

‘Nazi Hunter’ Speaks at Center for Jewish Life in Sag Harbor

At the Center for Jewish Life in Sag Harbor Village on Saturday morning, Mr. Rambam – a Brooklyn man with warm, blue eyes that contrast with his seemingly tough exterior – recounted his covert investigation into Nazi war criminals during the 1990s.

Epic Martial Arts Kicks-A-Thon Raises Money for St. Jude

Students with Epic Martial Arts in Sag Harbor kicked off their upcoming St. Jude Children's Hospital Annual Kick-A-Thon on Saturday, May 25, raising over...

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Going For the Greek at the East Hampton Library

On Saturday, September 14 at 1 p.m., George Theotacatos gives an author talk at East Hampton Library on his book “Finding Ithaka.”

Sag School Board Frustrated by Learning Center Timeline

Ed Bernhauer, a senior architectural designer with IBI Group, distributed a schedule showing Sag Harbor residents and the Sag Harbor School District Board of Education the progress of the already delayed Sag Harbor Learning Center building on Division Street at Monday night’s School Board meeting.

Local Municipalities Fight Back Against Hackers

Every day, hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate computers, either through “phishing” scams or a more direct attack. And common antivirus software just isn’t cutting it.