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New Fitness Center Hours in Bridgehampton

The Bridgehampton School has announced new summer hours for community members and school staff at the school's fitness center. 

It will be open from 6 to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday, through Aug. 29.

Users of the facility must be Bridgehampton residents and at least 12 years old; an adult caregiver must accompany youth who are between the ages of 12 and 18.

Jul 19, 2022
Wyclef Jean at Calissa in Water Mill

Wyclef Jean will kick off this year's Calissa Sounds series on Friday at the Greek restaurant and lounge in Water Mill.

Jul 14, 2022
Bill Bratton Talks Policing (and Writing) at Rogers Memorial

The ex-New York City police commissioner will be introduced by David Alpern, radio man and former Newsweek editor, on Friday at noon at the library in Southampton.

Jul 14, 2022
Long Wharf Shop Not Affected by Ice Cream Recall

Those who might have heard about a recall of Big Olaf Creamery ice cream due to a listeria outbreak can rest assured it has not affected the shop on Sag Harbor's Long Wharf whose line often extends out the door.

Jul 14, 2022
Soldier Ride Rolls on Saturday

Soldier Ride the Hamptons returns to Amagansett Saturday morning, when about 40 men and women who suffered traumatic injuries in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars will ride their cycles from the Amagansett Firehouse to Sag Harbor and back. The 16th annual ride kicks off at 8:45 a.m. and, said Peter Honerkamp, an organizer, this year's event harks back to Soldier Rides of yore when members of the community were encouraged to ride along with the wounded warriors. 

Jul 13, 2022
North Fork's Lavender Fields in Full Bloom

If you've ever dreamt of frolicking through a field of French lavender, here's your chance: tickets are on sale for Lavender by the Bay's two locations in Calverton and East Marion.

Jul 12, 2022
Libraries Can Help With Everyday Matters

These days, public libraries aren't just for borrowing books. Here are a few ways they have evolved to help their patrons with everyday tasks.

Jul 11, 2022
Water Reports Show Decrease in Bacteria Levels

Concerned Citizens of Montauk's latest water-testing results for the week ending July 5 indicate that enterococcus bacteria levels across the Town of East Hampton had seen an aggregate drop-off -- though four test sites did show entero levels deemed risky to human health. 

Jul 11, 2022
Anchor Society Meeting on Sunday

On Sunday, from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Clinton Academy at 151 Main Street, the Anchor Society will meet to discuss its plans to bring a general store to East Hampton Village.

Jul 8, 2022
Get Ready, Get Set to Prepare for Emergencies

Whether it's a global pandemic, a pine barrens wildfire, a spate of surprise tornadoes or a supersize hurricane, preparedness is key to surviving and coping during an emergency or natural disaster. To that end, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has announced a new Citizens Preparedness Academy, which is also focused on making sure citizens of differing abilities are getting the necessary disaster prep.

Jul 7, 2022
Hampton Classic Releases 2022 Poster Art

The Hampton Classic Horse Show, now in its 46th year, unveiled its official poster art on Tuesday. "Dream Gait," an oil painting by Cara Van Leuven of Highland, Ill., features a horse with extremely long legs that "reflect both their beauty and fragility," the Hampton Classic said in a release.

Jul 5, 2022
Shop East Hampton Village to Support Education

If ever there was a time to spend money at high-end retailers and local businesses in East Hampton Village, this Thursday afternoon might be it.

Jul 5, 2022