A Look Back: Ellen Hermanson Foundation Celebrates Milestone Anniversary
A “trove” of art in a store room at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital was not so much recently discovered as it was, well, revisited.
Superintendent Jeff Nichols told the Sag Harbor School Board on Monday that the task force charged with preparing a reopening plan for the district was leaning toward allowing students in prekindergarten through ninth grade to return to school in the fall, while students in 10th through 12th grades would continue to be educated remotely.
But if a second surge does come, the South Fork’s local hospitals say they are better prepared to take on a new surge in cases than they were the first time around.
“Rage for Canines,” an event that will allow participants to beat up on the inanimate object of their choice with the tool of their choice, will take place at Havens Beach in Sag Harbor on Friday, July 31, from 5 to 9 p.m.
EXPRESS SESSIONS: Police Officials, Activists Agree That Change Is Needed
Suffolk County saw its biggest jump in new COVID-19 cases since May early this week, with more than 100 new cases confirmed countywide — many linked to social gatherings over the Fourth of July weekend.
Q&A: Lucian K. Truscott IV, Descendant Of Thomas Jefferson, Addresses Legacy
North Haven Mayor Jeff Sander last week called for the village to hire a surveyor to conduct its own independent hydrological survey of the bay bottom where resident Larry Baum proposes to build dock off his property at 59 Mashomack Drive in North Haven Manor.
Goroff Wins Democratic Congressional Primary; Ahearn Victorious In Senate Seat Bid
Sag Harbor Village’s effort to improve cell phone service will take a little longer than expected.
School districts across the East End, and elsewhere in New York State and the country, are scrambling to come up with plans for the return — remotely or in person — of students in September.
The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum Opens Outdoor Exhibits
Two Sag Harbor Teachers Say Goodbye To Jobs They Loved
East Hampton Airport saw a bump in aircraft traffic over the Fourth of July weekend, but has otherwise remained at the lowest levels of aircraft travel in decades as the number of charter flights continues to be very low.