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Library Documents Trace East Hampton Slavery

Documents associated with slavery in East Hampton are on display in the East Hampton Library lobby in an exhibit curated by Andrea Meyer and Mayra Scanlon of its Long Island Collection.

Feb 24, 2022
Police Offer Tips on How to Prevent Car Theft

A decade ago, it was rare for cars to be stolen and burgled here on the East End, but the last few years have seen an uptick in vehicular crime here. With that in mind, the Southampton Town Police Department has shared tips to prevent car thieves from striking again.

Feb 23, 2022
On Black History, Literature, Cinema, and Theater

Two upcoming virtual events will focus on Black history, literature, cinema, and theater as Black History Month winds to a close.

Feb 22, 2022
Virtual Forum With Democratic Congressional Hopefuls

The Southampton and Brookhaven Town Democratic Committees will co-host a virtual forum featuring the Democratic candidates to represent New York’s First Congressional District on Thursday.

Feb 21, 2022
More Floats Sought for St. Patrick's Day Parade

There is no charge to enter, but the prize for winning floats is substantial: bragging rights for at least a year.

Feb 17, 2022
Hospital Allows Visitors Again

As of Tuesday, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is allowing patients to receive visitors once again, though there are several Covid-19 prevention measures still in place.

Feb 16, 2022
Hurricane of ’38 Book Talk and Film

Genie Chipps Henderson talk about her historical novel “A Day Like Any Other” and screen a film about the 1938 Hurricane on Wednesday night at Ashawagh Hall.

Feb 15, 2022
Free Covid Test Kits in East Hampton and Southampton

East Hampton and Southampton Towns are offering free Covid-19 rapid antigen home test kits to residents this week and next. 

Feb 15, 2022
Cross Sound Ferry Fares Changing

Over the last several years, many models of cars and trucks have grown in length, width, and height. For that reason, coupled with the rising costs of doing business, the Cross Sound Ferry has announced that starting March 1, its fares will be raised and restructured.

Feb 14, 2022
Tax Grievance Day in Sag Harbor

Tuesday is tax-grievance day in Sag Harbor. If you're a village resident and feel you are overpaying on your property tax, that's the day to file your grievance claim.

Feb 11, 2022
For Gansett’s Library Board

This year’s election for the board of the Amagansett Library will be held from March 1 to March 19. Interested candidates who are residents of the hamlet and can commit to monthly meetings have been asked to submit a letter of interest and a short bio by Feb. 23. Those materials can be sent to [email protected], mailed to the library at P.O. Box 2550, Amagansett 11930, or dropped off in person.

Feb 10, 2022
ARF's Pet Food Pantry Returns

People who are having trouble paying for food for their dogs or cats can go to Petco on Saturday, Feb. 19, from noon to 3 p.m. to receive pet food for free from the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.

Feb 8, 2022