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Hundreds Flock to Sag Harbor To Honor Jordan Haerter

Nearly 400 runners and walkers gathered at Pierson High School on Sunday morning for the second annual Jordan’s Run Veterans’ Memorial 5K Run/Walk.

Deceased Humpback Whale Washes Ashore in Napeague

The Atlantic Marine Conservation Society said the deceased humpback whale, a female, was "severely decomposed" by the time a necropsy could be completed.

New Details Offered for Commuter Rail and Bus Service

Just how the towns of Southampton and East Hampton will provide a “last-mile South Fork Commuter Connection” to take riders directly to and from work and local train stations and off the highways all depends on responses to requests for proposals.

A Sag Harbor ‘Fighting Spirit’ Goes Semper Fi in Washington

Paige Schaefer fit right in at the Semper Fidelis Battles Won Academy in Washington, D.C. earlier this month

Springs Man and Lost Camera Reunited, with Help from Strangers

Photographs document history and tell stories, and in Chris Grodzki’s case, a photograph also helped solve a mystery and reunite Mr. Grodzki with a cherished possession.

“Evita” Keeps Political Season on Stage at Bay Street

The play tells the story of Eva and Juan Perón, two larger than life figures who together, in the 1940s and 1950s, reshaped the Argentinian political landscape often for better and sometimes for worse.

Hundreds Ride Through Sag Harbor on 15th Soldier Ride

The 15th annual Soldier Ride Hamptons took off from Amagansett early Saturday morning and came through Sag Harbor during the late morning

Woman Dies of Apparent Drowning in Wainscott

East Hampton Town Police in conjunction with the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s Office are investigating the death of a woman who was pulled from the ocean just west of Beach Lane in Wainscott on Saturday.

Elected Officials Call for Sand Land’s Closure

Environmentalists and government leaders gathered with concerned citizens in Noyac on Friday and in a collective voice called for the closure of Sand Land, a sand mine and vegetative waste processing facility in Noyac.

Towns Look to Move Forward With Public Transit Network

The Towns of Southampton and East Hampton may finally put a dent in the so-called “trade parade” commuter traffic jam that severely clogs the South Fork with a public transit network beginning early next year.

BHCCRC Lecture Explores History of Racism

As Khalil Gibran Muhammad explained on Friday in a talk on Race in America at Guild Hall, racism and inclusion have been at odds since before the founding of our country.

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival is a Celebration of Immigrants

On the brink of the 35th anniversary of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival, Marya Martin found herself taking stock.

Deepwater Poised To Receive Town Board Approval for Wainscott Cable Landing

It appears the East Hampton Town Board will vote to grant an easement that would allow Deepwater Wind to bring its power transmission cable ashore at Beach Lane in Wainscott

Bridgehampton Seeking More Funding for School Expansion Project

The Bridgehampton School District has hit a snag as it embarks on its $24.7 million expansion and renovation plan — specifically, that that $24.7 million isn’t enough to cover the costs of all the pieces in the plan.

McGowin Narrows His Focus and Results Improve

As things stand now, Kyle McGowin takes the mound with the Harrisburg Senators every fifth day and that is where his focus has remained.

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Thiele Pitches Commuter Trains in Sag Harbor

Members of the Teachers Association of Sag Harbor, the union of faculty employed by the Sag Harbor School District, expressed cautious support of the proposed South Fork Commuter Connection in a survey conducted by the school district last week.

Hurricane of 1938: Old Negatives Offer New View Of Storm’s Fury

Both black-and-white photographs—the first of a house near Lake Agawam, and the second of a home along Meadow Lane—were taken in Southampton Village shortly after the Category 3 hurricane, later named “The Long Island Express,” steamrolled the East End on the afternoon of September 21, 1938.

Hurricane of 1938: Even Downgraded, Storm Had Incredible Speed

Hurricane Nate amazed meteorologists not for its strength or size but for its speed. The storm had sustained winds of 85 mph when it arrived...