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East Hampton-Pierson Football Wins First Game In Four And A Half Years

It was a long time coming. Four and a half years to be exact. The East Hampton-Pierson football team defeated Hampton Bays, 30-0, at home...

Pierson-Bridgehampton Girls Volleyball Blanks Greenport, Roller Coaster Season Continues This Weekend

It’s been a roller coaster of a season for the Pierson-Bridgehampton girls volleyball team. After starting the season with five consecutive losses, the Whalers quickly...

HCBL President Sandi Kruel ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ There Will Be A College Baseball Season This...

Sandi Kruel is set to enter her third season as president of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League. Her second was, of course, affected immensely...

Despite Record, Pierson Boys Soccer Has Shot To Reach Postseason

The Pierson/Bridgehampton boys soccer team’s 2-4-1 record may not be as shiny and sparkling as some of the top teams in League V, but...

Bonac Swimmers Have Exciting Week

The East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton girls swim team faced a bit of a scare when it traveled to Deer Park High School to face West Babylon...

Kinnier, Barylski Hope To Share Love For Baseball Through Hamptons Adult Hardball League

For baseball players who started playing the game at a young age, their trajectory in the sport goes something like this: they develop an...

Competition In Boys Golf To Be Fierce This Season With No True Home-Course Advantages

Since many of the golf teams on the South Fork use the area’s heralded private courses, it gave each a distinct home-course advantage over...

Pierson’s Penelope Greene, Gavin Ehlers Of Westhampton Beach Win First-Ever Invitational At Mashashimuet Park

Penelope Greene had all the motivation she needed to win what was the first cross country invitational at Mashashimuet Park on Friday: It was...

Ramundo, Schiavoni Raise Their Games For Pierson Cross Country

Ramundo, Schiavoni Raise Their Games For Pierson Cross Country

Barahona, Becht Earn Victories In East Hampton Girls Tennis Loss To Floyd

Barahona, Becht Earn Victories In East Hampton Girls Tennis Loss To Floyd

East Hampton/Pierson Football Falls To Glenn

Missing a starting longsnapper for any game is not ideal, but when it’s wet and rainy like it was on Thursday, March 18, when...

Pierson Field Hockey, Taking On A Road-Warrior Role This Season, Defeats Host Southampton On...

Pierson Field Hockey, Taking On A Road-Warrior Role This Season, Defeats Host Southampton On Monday

Shorthanded Bonac Girls Volleyball Is Battling Early On

Shorthanded Bonac Girls Volleyball Is Battling Early On

Varsity Football Is Officially Back At East Hampton

Varsity Football Is Officially Back At East Hampton

How Each School On The South Fork Is Handling Spectators

How Each School On The South Fork Is Handling Spectators

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27Speaks: Keeping Grounded, The Discussion About Closing East Hampton Airport

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by senior reporter Michael Wright for a discussion of the conversation around closing East Hampton Airport in an effort to curtail excessive noise from airplanes and helicopters.

Sag Harbor Schools Decline New Contract at Mashashimuet Park

Gregg Schiavoni, the president of the Mashashimuet Park Board of Directors, said on Friday afternoon that the Sag Harbor School District has declined to renew its contract with the park for use of the athletic facilities for its interscholastic sports teams.

The East End Through the Lens Of William Wallace Tooker

Among the appealing aspects of a photograph is what it can tell us about ourselves. Our style, our appearance, the experiences we share, and moments of intimacy and honesty that are suddenly history the instant a shutter clicks. And while the camera can mechanically record these pieces of our past, it is the intent and imagination of the photographer that decides what and how the images are to be remembered.