The capsulation of black history into a single month is at once impossible and a necessary attempt, as the American story cannot be told without also telling the story of African Americans.
Juli Everett, owner of Knead and Seed, offers massage therapy, herbalism, reiki, aura photography, astrology and what she calls “elevation” or spiritual education.
The house-sharing and rental site has already found its place on the East End and, along with similar services such as HomeAway and VRBO, have single-handedly changed the market.
East Hampton Town architects have reimagined the town’s senior citizen community center with approximately double the space currently available for the senior nutrition and adult day care programs.
The East Hampton Town Trustees sent Deepwater Wind a letter listing the environmental studies they would like to see, and the community benefits they want the company to provide if they want permission to bring a power line ashore at Beach Lane in Wainscott.
School board members requested more information on the Stella Maris building and identified potential omissions in the athletics budget breakdown.
Sag Harbor officials have been lobbying for East Hampton and Southampton towns to consider some of the more than two dozen projects they have proposed for the village.
Sag Harbor Village Trustees introduced a new local law Tuesday that would make West Water Street one-way, with traffic only allowed to move west from Long Island Avenue to the intersection of Harbor Cove Court.
The East End being an expensive place to live, the Southampton Town Board plans to adjust income guidelines for those applying for affordable housing.
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman, who was just reelected, said this week he is seriously considering a run for Suffolk County comptroller in November.
The New York State Department of Education has green-lighted the athletic field and multipurpose court project at Sag Harbor Elementary School, district officials announced Monday.
School officials said delays in rolling out the program were due to internal staff challenges within HUGS, the nonprofit organization the district has partnered with to run the program, and with the hiring of people to staff the program.
The Sag Harbor School Board on Monday voted 4-1 to create the position of “communications coordinator” by adding 11 hours to the 29-hour-a-week position of district clerk, making it a full-time position.
With little discussion or fanfare, Sag Harbor Village Trustees passed a resolution Tuesday night to seek proposals from cell phone companies to rebuild and modernize an existing antenna behind the Sag Harbor Fire Department headquarters on Brick Kiln Road.
The East Hampton Town Police Department is reporting four-year lows in cases of larceny, burglary and criminal mischief and an overall high over that time of 970 arrests.