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How to Access Financial Help for Home Heating Costs

Owing to Covid-19 difficulties and mounds of recent snow, it has been a long, cold winter — and it's not over. Long Islanders in need of help paying for home heating costs this winter have a few places to turn.

Feb 12, 2021
Literature and Music for Black History Month

Local libraries will honor Black History Month with readings, book recommendations, and music.

Feb 11, 2021
Bricks to Show Love for Library

With Valentine's Day around the corner, the Friends of the Amagansett Library have picked an opportune time to launch a campaign asking the community to "Show Your Love" for the library and its soon-to-be flower and children's gardens, now in the planning stages.

Feb 9, 2021
Peconic Baykeeper Seeks Intern

Peconic Baykeeper, an East End nonprofit that advocates for Long Island’s clean water, is looking for an upper-level undergraduate student or recent college graduate with a focus in biological or environmental science to work as a paid intern in the 2021 field season.

Feb 8, 2021
On Mapping the Polar Vortex

Recent weather has been a warmup for Hamptons Observatory's next virtual lecture, "NASA's Airborne Lab: Mapping Polar Ice," co-sponsored by the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. On Thursday at 7 p.m. Walter E. Klein, a navigator for NASA, will share details of his current work including as a project to map the world's polar ice.

Feb 3, 2021
Bridgehampton School Seeks 1971 Graduates for Class Reunion

The Bridgehampton School announced this week that it will host a reunion for graduates of the class of 1971 at this year's commencement ceremony on June 19.

Feb 2, 2021
Take an East Hampton Town Police Department Survey

Residents of East Hampton have been invited to respond to an anonymous survey published by the East Hampton Town Police Department and its Reform and Reinvention committee.

Feb 1, 2021
Buy Your East Hampton Village Beach Permits Beginning Monday

East Hampton Village's nonresident beach permits for the 2021 summer season will go on sale at midnight on Monday, and because Village Hall is closed to the public due to the pandemic, they can only be purchased online, by mail, or with the use of a drop box at the back door of Village Hall.

Jan 30, 2021
Virginia Backlund Celebrates 100th Birthday

Former students may remember her as Mrs. King, who worked in many East End schools, from Mattituck on the North Fork to Montauk on the South Fork.

Jan 28, 2021
Registration for Springs Prekindergarten Is Open

For children residing in the Springs School District who will be 4 years old on or before Dec. 1 this year, registration for the district’s prekindergarten program in the 2021-22 school year is officially open.

Jan 26, 2021
New Books on Unusual Houses at Amagansett Library

For people who are interested in building or upgrading to an energy-efficient or unorthodox house, the Amagansett Library has ample resources.

Jan 25, 2021
State Health Insurance Sign-Up Deadline Is Extended

In light the continuing pandemic, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Thursday that the open enrollment period for uninsured New Yorkers will be extended from the original Jan. 31 deadline through March 31.

Jan 22, 2021