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Good Help Is Even Harder to Find

It’s a worker’s market these days on the South Fork, where many business owners say the problem they’re having attracting and retaining employees has reached a critical mass.

Jun 13, 2019
Refusing to Give Up on Haiti

It’s been nine years since Haiti’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed almost 250,000 people, and the beginning of Jonathan Glynn’s efforts in that country. On June 22, his group, Wings Over Haiti, will host its third annual benefit, fittingly held in three private hangars at East Hampton Airport.

Jun 13, 2019
Nazis Land on the Beach

History will come alive tomorrow at 5 p.m. at the Amagansett Life-Saving and Coast Guard Station Museum with the annual observance of the June 1942 landing of Nazi saboteurs near Atlantic Avenue Beach.

Jun 13, 2019
Four Want Two Seats on Sag Harbor Village Board

Four candidates are vying for two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board Tuesday. Aidan Corish, an incumbent, is seeking a second term, while Robert Plumb, Jennifer Ponzini, and Silas Marder would be newcomers to the board.

Jun 13, 2019
To Limit Roof Heights

Hoping to limit the spread of overlarge houses on small residential lots, the East Hampton Village Board pondered new zoning code regulations for roof heights at a meeting last Thursday. 

Jun 13, 2019
The Case of the Caruso Jewels

Item of the Week: From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection

Jun 13, 2019
A May Wedding in Tennessee

Christian Tyler Schenck, the son of Marcia and Christopher Schenck of East Hampton, was married to Brittany Taylor Greene on May 19 in Lebanon, Tenn. Jeannie Hunter officiated.

Jun 13, 2019
Blue-Green Algae Found in Wainscott and Water Mill

Cyanobacteria blooms, which are more commonly known as blue-green algae and pose health risks to people and animals, have been found in Wainscott Pond in that hamlet and Mill Pond in Water Mill, the Suffolk County Department of Health Services announced Wednesday.

Jun 13, 2019
Hook Pond East Hampton Nine Sites Rated High in C.C.O.M. Water Tests

Nine of the 38 local bodies of water regularly tested by the Concerned Citizens of Montauk and Surfrider Foundation were found this week to have levels of enterococcus, a gut bacteria, considered harmful to one's health.

Test results from samples collected on June 3 showed high counts of fecal enterococcus cells at three sites at Lake Montauk: Little Reed Pond Creek, Nature Preserve Beach, and East Creek, and at an outfall pipe on the ocean beach at Surfside Place.

Jun 7, 2019
Strawberry Festival, East Hampton Tercentenary Celebration Ticket, 1948 Strawberry Festival, East Hampton Tercentenary Celebration Ticket, 1948

With the Wainscott Sewing Society’s upcoming strawberry festival on June 16 at Wainscott Chapel, this ticket for the 1948 East Hampton Town Tercentenary Celebration’s Strawberry Festival left me wondering about the history of strawberry festivals locally.

Jun 7, 2019