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Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection.
Gregory Metzger, coordinator for the South Fork Natural History Museum's Shark Research and Education program, uses just a rod and reel to catch the juvenile great whites that were tagged and studied the past few years to establish, for the first...
Those with questions about recycling can take them to the Hampton Bays Community Center on Monday for a public forum organized by the League of Women Voters of the Hamptons. Curious about whether cereal boxes go with corrugated cardboard or paper?...
Grain Surfboards on Indian Wells Highway will host a Surfrider core volunteer training session on Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30.
At least 200 people turned out on Tuesday for a daylong presentation by PSEG Long Island on possible locations for a new substation to serve Montauk’s growing electrical demand.
The Southampton Town Democratic Club will hold a lunchtime meeting on Sunday in Riverhead that will include a presentation on “Anti-Semitism and the Current Political Landscape.”
Following objections from Montauk hotel and motel owners and co-op managers, the East Hampton Town Board decided Tuesday to scrap a proposal that would have sharply raised the rate the town charges for beach parking permits used by guests.
A Risso’s dolphin, one of a larger dolphin species with a distinctive gray body, was found stranded on a sandbar between the end of Louse Point in Springs and Wood Tick Island this week.
At the Amagansett Library, Ms. Nichols will head a full-time staff of three, including an archivist, Jacqueline Marks, an assistant director and head of reference, Anne Jones, and a head of circulation, Corinne Page, plus five part-timers.
Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection
The South Fork Commuter Connection is growing in ridership, just as the grueling "trade parade" traffic picks up, Southampton Town officials have said.
The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital will be open on the first Saturday of April, and of every month after that, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The East End Medication Disposal Program, a partnership with the Group for the East End and seven local police departments, collected a whopping 2,102 pounds of unused medications last year, it was announced on Monday.