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  • Four Shelter Island veterans and the mother of a Shelter Island soldier killed in action in Afghanistan in 2010 will come together on the stage of Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor to share stories about their service, their lives, and their losses on Friday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
  • The school break may be a week and a half away, but now is the time to plan for it. There are a number of options for kids who are not heading out of town for the week.
  • There is no prospect of state money any time soon for a badly damaged road between East Hampton and Sag Harbor.
  • With his golden retriever almost always at his side on daily walks from his East Hampton law office, William J. Fleming might have seemed every bit the country lawyer, said his law partner, Trevor Darrell. But with Mr. Fleming you got much more than met the eye.
  • A year after the Women’s March on Washington and hundreds of similar events across the country and around the world, people will again gather en masse this weekend to support women’s rights, protest President Trump’s agenda, and urge greater political participation by those frustrated by it.
  • While outrage over President Trump's reference to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries" was widespread among lawmakers the world over, Representative Lee Zeldin was among the first in Congress to jump to the president's defense.
  • The Springs Fire Department and its members have raised nearly $30,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in an effort launched in memory of David M. King, an ex-chief who died of acute lymphoblastic leukemia last February.
  • This year brings midterm elections, and progressives in the First Congressional District are wasting no time as they look for a Democratic candidate to unseat Lee Zeldin, the two-term Republican incumbent.
  • There’s something about living in the woods that brings out the stockpiler in me, and my husband couldn’t be happier.
  • The Suffolk County Board of Elections certified results for the Nov. 7 election on Dec. 6, further confirming the Democrats’ dominance in East Hampton Town, where the party’s candidates won the races for town supervisor and town board and came away with a 7-to-2 majority on the East Hampton Town Trustees.

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