Native pines will rise once again on town lands where the trees had been devastated by the southern pine beetle, a pest that is having less and less of an impact in East Hampton each year since it first began wreaking havoc on the trees in the fall of 2017.
Less than two weeks after voting to award nearly $400,000 in grant funding for four water quality improvement projects, the East Hampton Town Board heard recommendations from its water quality technical advisory committee to fund upgrades to sanitary systems on municipal properties.
East Hampton Town officials will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the newly completed Manor House condominium apartments on Accabonac Road in East Hampton at noon tomorrow. The town oversaw construction of the 12-unit complex to create affordable housing opportunities for residents.
There is something loose and special about the Sag Harbor art gallery community, which can treat its art shows as intuitive and impromptu affairs. Often an open forum, it is not unusual for artists and curators to join the spaces in a last-minute collaboration.
The Choral Society of the Hamptons has assembled a variety of joyful music drawn from the 19th century to the present for its holiday concert, “ ’Tis the Season: Offerings of Celebration and Renewal Old and New,” which will have two performances on Sunday at the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church.
A possible increase in high school tuition the East Hampton School District will charge to feeder districts has become a source of contention in contract negotiations between the Springs and East Hampton districts, Debra Winter, the Springs superintendent, said on Tuesday.
Two brown pelicans that were likely borne from points south on a strong southeast gale in October were rescued in Montauk this week and taken to the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center in Hampton Bays.
East Hampton High School’s varsity and junior varsity boys basketball teams were finalists in the Kendall Madison Tip-Off tournament here Saturday, with the varsity winning and the jayvee losing in overtime.
“We’ll get better,” Dan White, who coaches East Hampton High School’s boys basketball team, said following the Bonackers’ 56-47 win Friday over Greenport in a first-round matchup of the Kendall Madison Foundation tournament here.