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Paid Parking in Sag Harbor by Summer?

The Sag Harbor Village Board is getting closer to finalizing a proposal to charge for parking on Main Street and in the Long Wharf parking lot between Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends.

Jan 21, 2021
On Call: Understanding the U.K. Variant

Recently, a new source of uncertainty has arisen in the form of a variant in the novel coronavirus that has spread quickly. There are many concerns about what this means for the next stages of the pandemic, especially as we stand on the brink of the largest mass vaccination effort in memory.

Jan 21, 2021
Older Adults Learn New Tech to Stay Connected

You may or may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but you sure as heck can teach an older adult how to use newfangled technology.

Jan 21, 2021
Nose-In Parking Pitched for Newtown, Park Place

East Hampton Village Mayor Jerry Larsen announced a plan to reconfigure parking spaces on Newtown Lane and along the perimeter of the Reutershan parking lot from parallel to angled drive-in parking at a board meeting on Friday.

Jan 21, 2021
A Historical Scavenger Hunt in East Hampton Village

"We tried to come up with something fun during Covid," Mayor Jerry Larsen said.

Jan 21, 2021
Little League to Hold Outdoor Clinics

Depending on the weather, East Hampton's Little League organization could begin outdoor clinics for 8 through 12-year-old boys and girls at the Pantigo fields in East Hampton this weekend.

Jan 20, 2021
Many More Eligible for Limited Supply of Vaccines

New York State has opened Covid-19 vaccinations this week to anyone 65 or older and the immunocompromised, members of police and fire departments, health workers at outpatient facilities including private medical and dental practices, teachers and school staff, child care workers, transit workers, and grocery store workers who interact with the public.

Jan 14, 2021
The Pantigo Windmill, Thrice Moved

In 1804, Samuel Schellinger, an Amagansett craftsman, began constructing the Pantigo Windmill for Huntting Miller. When Miller died he left the mill to his grandson William Hedges.

Jan 14, 2021
Don't Call About Covid Vaccine, Pediatrics Office Pleads

Dr. Gail Schonfeld of East End Pediatrics has been approved by New York State to administer the Covid-19 vaccine but does not yet have it on hand and urged people to hold off calling her office, because the volume of inquiries is overwhelming her office staff.

Jan 14, 2021
Home Mail Delivery in Amagansett?

A long-simmering campaign to bring mail delivery to Amagansett, said to be the only hamlet in town without it, picked up some steam Monday night at a virtual meeting of the Amagansett Citizens Advisory Committee.

Jan 14, 2021
Update: State Expands Eligibility for Covid-19 Vaccine

The list of New Yorkers eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine was expanded this week to include those 65 and older, the immunocompromised, members of police and fire departments, health workers at outpatient facilities including private medical and dental practices, teachers and school staff, child-care workers, and grocery store workers who interact with the public.

Jan 11, 2021
A Vigil for Unity Amid Political Unrest

The East Hampton Clericus, a group of leaders representing the different religious organizations in the community, has planned an interfaith candlelight vigil on Saturday at 5 p.m. via Zoom.

Jan 8, 2021