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Bridgehampton Officials Decide Killer Bees Will Have A Varsity Team This Basketball Season

The Bridgehampton School varsity boys basketball team, the Killer Bees, will return for a final season in its storied Beehive, Bridgehampton School Principal Michael Miller confirmed late Wednesday afternoon.

Center For Therapeutic Riding On The East End Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The organization will have its top yearly fundraiser on Thursday, August 22, “Horses Changing Lives: CTREE at Sebonack.” The 1970s-themed cocktail party will include live and silent auctions and a DJ, taking place at Sebonack Golf Club in Shinnecock Hills from 6 to 9 p.m.

Beeton and Topping Ready for Another Hampton Classic

Lucy Beeton and Phoebe Topping are two of the more experienced junior riders at Swan Creek Farm.

Swan Creek Riders and Owners Prep for the Classic’s Big Stage

It was 12 days out from the start of the biggest horse show of the year, the Hampton Classic, but no one was panicking, or barking out orders with extra intensity, or stressing about preparations.

President Clinton Shows Up as Artists Edge Writers in 71st Charity Game

Everyone in attendance at the 71st annual Artists and Writers Charity Softball Game were shocked to see former President Bill Clinton make his way onto the field at Herrick Park in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon.

Hundreds Flock to Hospital for 24th Ellen’s Run

Kal Lewis raced through a pair of costly missed turns at the front of the pack as nearly 800 other runners charged through hot and humid conditions in the 24th running of Ellen’s Run at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Sunday morning.

Regatta Ends With Winning Crew Headed to Antigua

Philip Walters sailed his boat August Sky to a victory in the Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge on Saturday, August 11, besting 23 other boats.

Paddlers Complete 18-Mile Block Island Challenge On Saturday

The Block Island Challenge, which aims to raise money in support of causes that affect “children on the East End” has been spearheaded by Fred Doss and Lars Svanberg since its inception in 2005.

East Hampton Artists And Writers Charity Softball Game Will Enjoy 71st Year This Saturday

The players of this softball game do not often hold many similarities, varying in age, careers and backgrounds. But all of those differences are set aside each year to play ball and raise money for local charities.

John McEnroe To Return For Fifth Annual Pro-Am At Sportime Amagansett

Locally, just two days before the U.S. Open begins a hundred miles to the west, stars like John and Patrick McEnroe and Kim Clijsters will be at Sportime in Amagansett.

Hamptons Lifeguard Association Has Another Strong Showing At USLA Nationals

Junior guards took to the beach first on Thursday and Friday, followed by the adult guards on Saturday and Sunday.

24th Annual Ellen’s Run Will Celebrate Its 10th Year In Southampton Village On August...

Ellen’s Run — the 5K race that largely benefits The Ellen Hermanson Foundation — will take place on Sunday, August 18.

Antigua and Barbuda Hamptons Challenge Returns Saturday to Sag Harbor

Rob Roden passed away last August one week before a regatta tying two distant sailing communities was set to go off in Sag Harbor.

Hundreds Honor Jordan Haerter’s Memory at Annual 5K Race in Sag Harbor

Jordan’s Run, organized by Haerer’s mom, JoAnn Lyles, is the fifth in a series of nine veteran runs across Long Island.

Collegiate Whalers Drop Tight Series to Riverhead To Bring Season to a Close

With a berth in the HCBL Championship series on the line, Riverhead scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to break a 4-4 tie back home on Saturday and advanced with a 6-4 victory that brought Sag Harbor’s summer league season to a close.

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Going For the Greek at the East Hampton Library

On Saturday, September 14 at 1 p.m., George Theotacatos gives an author talk at East Hampton Library on his book “Finding Ithaka.”

Sag School Board Frustrated by Learning Center Timeline

Ed Bernhauer, a senior architectural designer with IBI Group, distributed a schedule showing Sag Harbor residents and the Sag Harbor School District Board of Education the progress of the already delayed Sag Harbor Learning Center building on Division Street at Monday night’s School Board meeting.

Local Municipalities Fight Back Against Hackers

Every day, hackers are finding new ways to infiltrate computers, either through “phishing” scams or a more direct attack. And common antivirus software just isn’t cutting it.