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A Covid-19 Memorial Garden Will Grow Thanks to Students' Help

The Bridgehampton School's Future Farmers of America Club and its adviser, Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, have designed a memorial dedicated to transportation workers who died during the pandemic, at Suffolk County government hea

Jun 17, 2021

James Eichhorn's Scoot Engine No. 84

This photograph from the Amagansett Historical Association's Carleton Kelsey Collection shows the Long Island Rail Road's engine No. 84, with James C. Eichhorn's name painted on the side.

Jun 17, 2021

With Sale, Feds Push Wind Energy

The federal Department of the Interior announced on Friday a proposed sale for offshore wind development on the outer continental shelf in the New York Bight, an area of shallow waters between Long Island and the New Jersey coast.

Jun 17, 2021

For the Health of Scallops

A Cornell Cooperative Extension shellfish ecologist plans to monitor scallop reproduction, growth, and survival in Napeague Harbor and record data including water temperature, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll A, and pH, a measurement of the water's acidity or alkalinity.

Jun 17, 2021

Town Board to Resume In-Person Meetings

On the same day that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the lifting of most remaining Covid-19-related restrictions, East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc told his colleagues on the town board of his intention to resume in-person meetings with the July 6 work session. 

Jun 17, 2021

On the afternoon of June 9, a shopper bought a few things at Shine, a women's clothing boutique on Main Street in Montauk, but it also appeared that she'd left the store with three bracelets, a T-shirt, and a pair of shorts, all unpaid. Police found a woman matching an employee's description in the parking lot of Round Swamp Farm on South Elmwood Avenue, and took her back to the store, where she paid for the items and was told never to return. 

Jun 17, 2021

Deer were in the headlights this week, causing three accidents in quick succession. One resulted in injury, sending 40-year-old E. Bonillabeernard of Ronkonkoma to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for chest pain. An Amagansett ambulance took him there on Saturday at 6:45 a.m. after his 2017 Toyota hit a deer.

Jun 17, 2021

Jeffrey Kampner, 57, of Sag Harbor was arrested Friday on a misdemeanor charge of criminal obstruction of justice and second-degree harassment, a violation. Sag Harbor Village Police said that at 4 p.m. that day, a victim of a domestic incident told police she'd had an argument with her mother and locked herself in her bedroom. The mother's boyfriend, Mr. Kampner, broke down the door, she said; grabbed her by the neck, and forced her onto the bed.

Jun 17, 2021

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Arts

SummerDocs Opens With Music in Harlem

Hamptons Film's SummerDocs series returns to Guild Hall with three films highlighting 1960s Black music and culture, a controversial Leonardo da Vinci painting, and the world's greatest domino toppler.

Jun 17, 2021

Mary Abbott is the sole focus of an exhibition featuring her paintings of the 1950s at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs. There she really shines, outdoing herself from canvas to canvas.

Jun 17, 2021

Guild Hall's backyard theater to welcome a guitar virtuoso, a talented singer-songwriter, and a Terrence McNally play.

Jun 17, 2021

Fred Leighton and Francisco Costa have collaborated on a unique necklace celebrating the Amazon rainforest to be auctioned at Phillips to benefit its people on June 25.

Jun 17, 2021

Food

Pizzerias Offer Slices of Life

No matter how you slice it, these pizza places have staying power, and a key ingredient in their recipes is the bond that holds a family together.

Jun 17, 2021