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Expecting During the Unexpected: Pregnancy and Birth in the Covid Era

In unusual times, mothers, nurses, midwives, and doulas are facing preganancy and birth under circumstances that sometime demand the exact opposite of the intimacy that is part and parcel of the experience.

Apr 1, 2021
South Fork Caterers Plead for Help

Local catering companies are walking a dangerous edge. Another season like last year and some say they are sure to go out of business. That is the main point that they are trying to drive home with state lawmakers. And time is running out for them to take on work in the summer of 2021.

Apr 1, 2021
More Vaccination Sites Coming as People 30 and Up Become Eligible

New Yorkers 30 and older will be able to get the Covid-19 vaccine starting on Tuesday, and everyone 16 and older will be eligible on April 6, the state announced Monday. At the same time, the number of East End vaccination sites seems to be keeping pace with increased eligibility.

Mar 29, 2021
Tips for Securing a Vaccine Appointment

For those eager to get a Covid-19 vaccine, meeting the state's eligibility requirements is only the first hurdle. Actually securing an appointment can be tricky and time-consuming, and the process can be even more difficult if you have limited access to the internet. Here are some tips, and links, gleaned from our research that may make it a little easier.

Mar 26, 2021
Consejos para asegurar una cita para vacunas

Para quienes desean vacunarse contra Covid-19, el primer desafío -no menor, por cierto- es el de cumplir con los requisitos establecidos por el Estado de Nueva York. Después, hay que conseguir una cita, un proceso que puede ser complejo y lento, sobre todo si uno tiene acceso limitado a internet. A continuación presentamos algunas recomendaciones y links, fruto de nuestra investigación, que pueden ayudar.

Mar 26, 2021
Covid-19 Cluster in Town Office

A recent cluster of Covid-19 cases in an East Hampton Town government department "really brings home the point that this is not the time to relax," Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc said last Thursday, after Councilman Jeff Bragman asked for a discussion of the cluster at the conclusion of a town board meeting.

Mar 25, 2021
Students Contract Covid at Party, Dozens Quarantine

By now, it's an open secret: A single gathering of teens, reportedly held two weekends ago at a house in Sag Harbor and attended by students from multiple schools, has resulted in a spate of positive Covid-19 cases.

Mar 25, 2021
On Call: Life After the Vaccine

Many people who are now vaccinated are curious as to how it changes their lives in terms of day-to-day activities. What can you do once you are vaccinated that you couldn't do before? 

Mar 25, 2021
People 50 and Up Eligible for Covid Vaccines Starting Tuesday

New York State residents age 50 and above will be eligible to receive Covid-19 vaccines starting on Tuesday. The state is also encouraging houses of worship to sign up as vaccination sites.

Mar 22, 2021
Water Mill Resident Named Suffolk Woman of Distinction

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming presented Marit Molin, the founder and executive director of Hampton Community Outreach, with the award in recognition of her service to the community over the past year.

Mar 19, 2021
East Hampton's J.V. Football Team Sidelined by Quarantine

The junior varsity team has begun a 10-day quarantine period after one of its players, a Pierson student who played in Saturday's game with Babylon's jayvee, tested positive for Covid-19 over the weekend.

Mar 18, 2021
Vaccine Disparity Is Stark on Long Island

The rate of Covid-19 vaccinations among New York State's Black and Latino residents continues to lag far behind that of their white counterparts, according to data from the state. South Fork community leaders say the discrepancy is due primarily to a lack of access to the vaccine. 

Mar 18, 2021