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Business Owners, Lawmakers Agree That Experimenting With Main Street Changes Might Help Economy Rebound

A panel of experts shared their vision for the shape of downtown business districts post-crisis at the Express News Group’s virtual Express Sessions forum “Reenvisioning Main Street in the Time of Coronavirus,” on Thursday, May 21. All expressed a measure of frustration that, at times, they felt like their voices weren’t being heard.

East Hampton Business Owners Slam Town’s Effort To Slow Motel Reopenings

East Hampton Business Owners Slam Town's Effort To Slow Motel Reopenings

Motel Owners Gear Up For Summer Season, Despite Coronavirus Fears

Motel Owners Gear Up For Summer Season, Despite Coronavirus Fears

Restaurants See Difficult Futures Even When They Open Their Doors Again

Restaurants See Difficult Futures Even When They Open Their Doors Again

Hampton Jitney Begins Cautious Rollout

The Hampton Jitney, which provides regular bus service between the East End and New York City, has begun to take steps toward reopening as the coronavirus pandemic abates.

Where’s The Beef: At The Grocery Store — At Least For Now

The latest fear, borne out by occasionally picked-clean meat aisles, is whether there will be enough beef, pork, and chicken available to feed hungry families in the weeks and months ahead.

Two Amagansett Farms Are Innovating Their Labor Force In Light of COVID-19

While many farms rely on a patchwork of family, longterm skilled employees and local hourly workers, many local farms are also boosted by apprenticeship programs as well as H2-A seasonal worker programs.

The Clam Bar Delivers Weekly Provisions To East End Families Under Lockdown

the Clam Bar Pantry is helping feed families across East Hampton Town by providing boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, bread, pasta, packaged goods and more directly to their doorsteps.

Donors Allow Sag Harbor Cinema To Create Fund For Needy

Donors Allow Sag Harbor Cinema To Create Fund For Needy

Another Round of Federal Bailout Money To Hit The Market

Congress and the White House reached an agreement this week on a deal that will provide an additional $320 billion in funding to the Payroll Protection Program after the initial $349 billion earmarked for it in last month’s $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus Act was devoured in less than two weeks.

Aboffs Donates 17,000 Masks To Hospitals And Ambulances

The Aboff’s Paint store chain donated thousands of the highly sought after N95 face masks and other protective gear to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, the Amagansett Fire Department’s ambulance company and other Long Island medical facilities.

Federal Stimulus Money Begins To Flow, However Slowly, Into East End Economy

Federal Stimulus Money Begins To Flow, However Slowly, Into East End Economy

East End Restaurants Slash Staff After Move To Takeout Only ‘Eradicates’ Sales

Hundreds of East End restaurant workers were sent home following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s executive order, while restaurants that were able to keep their staff vied for a slice of a burgeoning takeout business.

Remote Physical Therapy Comes To Sag Harbor

Sinead Fitzgibbon and George Wilson, her partner in 27eastPT, have recently introduced a telehealth option to their practice, using software provided by doxy.me.

The Wheels Of East End Business Grind To A Halt

The screeching you hear is the sound of the brakes being slammed on New York’s share of this country’s $23 trillion economy.

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NY Forward: Reopening And Property Tax Relief As Phase One Begins

Governor Andrew Cuomo made it official Tuesday morning, speaking from the New York Stock Exchange: Long Island would begin its phased opening on Wednesday.