Janet Snowden Wainwright, who had been head of the law department at MCI, a telecommunications company, died of lung cancer on March 6 at her home in Takoma Park, Md. A longtime summer resident of Wainscott, she was 71 and had been ill for four...
Kathleen Tobin Giardina of East Hampton, an environmental engineer who helped companies develop eco-friendly practices, died of cancer on Feb. 9 at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care on Quiogue. She was 63 and had been ill for more than two years.
Mr. Gauger, who was 86, died of congestive heart failure on Feb. 23 at Southampton Hospital.
Jonathon Hren, whose friends called him Jono when he was growing up in East Hampton, died of lung cancer on March 4 at the Kanas Hospice Center on Quiogue at the age of 66.
A memorial service for Dean F. Kirschner of East Hampton will be held on March 30 at 11 a.m. at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett.
Jim Stewart, who recently retook the coaching reins about a decade after giving them up, says the program is on its way back, with 36 seventh and eighth graders having joined.
The Pierson Whalers were handled roughly last weekend by the Millbrook Blazers, the top-rated Class C team in the state and the classification’s defending state champion.
“Voyeur,” an immersive theater piece, will take place on Saturday at a private waterfront house on the Grace Estate in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods.
Joe Vas, East Hampton High’s athletic director, touts new coaches for softball and girls lacrosse, baseball’s new turf field, and Ryan Fowkes, Bonac’s top runner, who signed a letter of intent to attend George Washington.
Jocelyn Miller, this year’s juror for Guild Hall's Artist Members Show and an assistant curator of the Museum of Modern Art’s PS1 facility in Queens, offered her approach and what guided her selections for this year’s show on Friday.
A regional playoff loss in the state tournament despite a strong showing by Bridgehampton’s J.P. Harding, who had 28 points and 19 rebounds, 11 of them off the offensive boards.
East Hampton Town, having made its bed as far as overdevelopment of Montauk is concerned, will now have to sleep in it.
According to The Los Angeles Times, in the two-plus years that recreational marijuana use was made broadly legal, an expected tax windfall has not materialized.