Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Reimagines Annual Summer Gala
The exclusive golf club known as The Bridge saw an outbreak of coronavirus infections sweep through its grounds crew and kitchen staff last month — illustrating both the ease with which the coronavirus can spread in a close community and the ratio of serious health effects.
“The Moment,” one of Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center’s (WHBPAC) longtime successes and brainchild of empowerment coach Colette Lettieri, unveiled its upcoming roster of virtual information sessions with exclusive lifestyle entrepreneurs running through June 23.
Her latest venture, Hamptons Spa Sand, takes East End luxury off of the beach and into the bathtub, via a new line of artisanal sea salts that reflect the beauty of her local surroundings through five distinct colors and scent profiles: Hydrangea, Beach, Sunrise, Sunset and, of course, Rosé.
Hospital Chief Says Lessons Learned From COVID-19 Crisis Will Be A Help Going Forward
Not Safer at Home: Domestic Violence Hotlines Field Dramatic Volume Increase
Four East End Rotary clubs distributed thousands of plants to front-line workers at the three East End hospitals this past weekend.
A new drive-through coronavirus testing site will open in East Hampton on Friday, May 15.
East End Arts & Humanities Council, Inc. has launched its Front Line Heroes Program in collaboration with Peconic Bay Medical Center (PBMC) in Riverhead to show appreciation for essential workers dedicated to their work and community at this difficult time.
The result is Doorstep Donations, which the three young men see as an efficient — and safe — way to collect donations for the needy.
Through the height of the coronavirus surge in April, Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead was a critical lifeline for hospitals on western Long Island that were overwhelmed by the deluge of COVID-19 patients
A handful of East End residents are taking the novel coronavirus numbers into their own hands — tracking them, charting them and drawing their own conclusions
The talk on television and in the national news outlets may be turning more and more to “re-opening” the national economy by lifting restrictions meant to stanch the spread of the coronavirus, but in New York State, Suffolk County and on the South Fork, the virus continues to spread at disconcerting rates, officials acknowledged this week.
At least 28 residents of two South Fork nursing homes, in Southampton and Westhampton, have died from COVID-19, according to newly released data from New York State Department of Health.
Southampton Village Mayor Jesse Warren announced Saturday that a private drive-thru testing site for COVID-19 would open on Thursday, April 30.