All independent pharmacies in Southampton and East Hampton towns, like other pharmacies across the state and the country, are facing financial challenges as a result of an unregulated middleman system, with pharmacies on one side and drug manufacturers and insurance companies on the other.
Having recently earned accredited member status for the eighth year from the National Home Watch Association, an organization formed in order to establish and maintain the highest industry standards for home watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the United States and Canada, C’s Home and Office Management founders Cynthia and Christopher Capalbo reflected last week on what makes their Sag Harbor business a success.
In the last month, two adults with a history of vaping have been admitted to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for acute respiratory failure, tying the East End into the national outbreak of vaping-related hospitalizations.
On a recent sunny Sunday afternoon, a small group of women gathered in the upstairs room at the Bridgehampton Community House to delve into a topic few of them had probably ever actually spoken about before — jealousy.
As the East End’s volunteer ambulance services juggle increasing annual call volumes against a corps of volunteers facing growing constraints on their own time, they continue to look for creative ways to meet demand for their services.
Page Restaurant is planning to create an 80-seat space and commercial kitchen for private events, to be known as Page Hall, in what is now a four-bedroom apartment above the restaurant on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Krupski Farms has always been helmed by multiple generations. Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski, who still farms quite a bit, and his wife, Mary, whose children think of her as the brains behind the operation, and their three children are responsible for what makes it to the farm stand today.
Oysters are legendary for many reasons. They filter and purify millions of gallons of water, delight palates, and are often mentioned for their alleged aphrodisiac properties.
That is where funding for transitional housing becomes critical to ensuring that a survivor does not become a victim once more, says The Retreat’s executive director, Loretta Davis. Earlier this month, U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced $450,000 in federal funding for The Retreat through the U.S. Department of Justice Transitional Housing Grant Assistance Program.
Developer Michael Frank is not building 20 spec houses a year — but at this rate, he certainly could.
Embracing the natural beauty surrounding Shinnecock Bay, Adventure Paddleboards and Kayaks owner Cherryl Bradley endeavors to get people on the water from morning through sunset, exploring the bay, practicing yoga, and all around good, safe fun.
Local medical practices and pharmacies are beginning to stock up on flu vaccines for the season, and doctors are recommending that everyone get the annual vaccination as soon as possible.
Harbor’s Edge, the 15-unit luxury condominium building at 21 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, is nearly sold out, with only three never-sold units remaining.
In the high-profile world of celebrity chefs, few have more name recognition than Lidia Matticchio Bastianich, the woman who almost single-handedly redefined American palates when it comes to what Italian cuisine is, and should be, in this country.
Thirty-two months after its was ruined by fire, and 14 months after reconstruction began, a state-of-the-art, three-screen movie theatre, arts center and community gathering place is steadily taking shape behind the reincarnated façade of the old Sag Harbor Cinema.