Fighting Chance Opens Satellite Office at New Cancer Center in Southampton

Over the 18-plus years Fighting Chance has been in Sag Harbor, it has helped more than 2,000 cancer patients on the East End.

John Gill Callahan, 74

John Gill Callahan, who had lived and worked in Amagansett and East Hampton for many years, passed away peacefully at his home in Chestertown, Maryland, on April 4, 2019.

Silas Hiscock Sr. Succumbs to Injuries After Raceway Crash

After a practice day crash Saturday afternoon at Riverhead Raceway, Silas Hiscock Sr. of Bridgehampton died of his injuries early Monday morning.

Fran and Ann Schiavoni: “Laughing all the way Home”

There is an internal road map of childhood that stays with you all of your life. The Schiavoni’s neighborhood is part of that road map for me.

‘Express Sessions’ Examines Water Quality and How to Protect It

“You have to protect these resources. They don’t protect themselves,” said Bob DeLuca, president of Group for the East End, one of Friday’s panelists.

Southampton Town Announces Second Opioid Candle Light Vigil

The vigil will be held on Mother’s Day eve — Saturday, May 11 — from 7 to 9 p.m. at Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays.

Earth Day: Celebrate Locally at SoFo

When United States Senator Gaylord Nelson founded Earth Day on April 22, 1970 in support of environmental issues education, he couldn’t have fathomed what it’s become.

Input Session Planned for Montauk Library Expansion

The Montauk Library’s series of community input sessions — in advance of a May 21 Bond Vote for a planned renovation and expansion project — continues on Saturday, April 27 at 1 p.m.

Little Free Library Dedicated in Memory of Shana R. Conron

There’s a new collection of books at the John Jermain Memorial Library — a collection from the personal library of the late Shana R. Conron, but it won't be found inside the walls of JJML.

A Conversation With Alex Eames

Ms. Eames, a close friend of Ms. Conron who is actively involved with the library, reflected on Ms. Conron’s life and her love of books and the library.

Bonnie Rocks On … at WLNG

Bonnie Grice will return to the airwaves next week on Sag Harbor’s WLNG Radio, 92.1 FM.

Pink Pearl Gala Raises $60K for Breast-Cancer Patients and Survivors

The North Fork Breast Health Coalition celebrated breast-cancer survivors, providers and caregivers at the Fifth Annual Pink Pearl Gala of the non-profit organization.

Some Serious S-C-R-A-B-B-L-E at Bridgehampton Child Care Center

There is a friendly tension these days over each Scrabble setup at the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center.

Booster Foundation Announces College Prep Scholarship Winners

Lola Lama, Mohammed Naeem, Sebastian Gomez and Tucker Schiavoni were awarded the Sag Harbor Booster Foundation’s 2019 College Prep Scholarship

Express Sessions Returns with Water Quality Focus

The issue-based Express Sessions series will return to the American Hotel on Friday, April 19, with a focus on “Protecting Our Water.”

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