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On Call: How to Deal With Wounds

The summer brings with it not only the joyful opportunity to spend time with friends and family or explore the outdoors, but also an associated increase in minor wounds and lacerations.

Jul 15, 2021
Cemetery as Party Parking? 'Outrageous'

The use of Cedar Lawn Cemetery in East Hampton as a makeshift parking lot for guests attending a private party on Saturday elicited outrage from the organization that manages the cemetery. "Why would anyone think it's okay," the president of cemetery association wondered.

Jul 15, 2021
Fireworks Over Three Mile Harbor Saturday

The Clamshell Foundation's Great Bonac Fireworks Show will light up the sky over Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton on Saturday at 9 p.m., in a return to an annual tradition dating back to the 1970s. 

Jul 14, 2021
A New Vision for Newtown Lane

Robert Zecher, a real estate developer and the new owner of the building that is home to Mary's Marvelous in East Hampton Village, has a vision to transform that section of the village into an extension of the commercial core with more storefronts and apartments. 

Jul 14, 2021
Father and Daughter Both Felt Called to the Pulpit

It is not so much that one followed in the other's footsteps, but rather that Scot McCachren, pastor at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church, and his daughter, Emily McCachren, pastor at the McConnellsburg United Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania, have always been on the same spiritual path. And it was a bonus that they overlapped for a year at the same seminary.

Jul 8, 2021
Celebrating Interdependence on Independence Day

While people across the country celebrated Independence Day on Sunday, many gathered in Bridgehampton to celebrate their interdependence at a multi-location event focused on unity and food justice.

Jul 8, 2021
Montauk Skatepark Coalition Ramps Up Fund-Raising

Striking a positive note in the lengthy process of grassroots fund-raising required before breaking ground on renovations and expansion of the Montauk Skatepark, the Montauk Skatepark Coalition said its mid-June art auction was a big success and that it is continuing its efforts through Labor Day.

Jul 8, 2021
For His Life of Leadership

"At 16, I had no idea what I'd be remembered for," Stephen Rosen of East Hampton wrote in an email. "I had a talent for math and physics. I suspected I would be a professor of physics (I was, later), a research scientist (I was, later), a writer (I was, later)."

Jul 8, 2021
Getting Back to (Almost) Normal Post-Vaccination

High Covid-19 vaccination rates on the South Fork are giving residents and visitors the confidence to return to their pre-pandemic routines albeit with a dose of caution. 

Jul 8, 2021
Black and Indigenous Change-Makers in Guild Hall Series

A celebration of the East End's diversity titled "Gather: Conversations Led by Black and Indigenous Change-Makers" is being hosted by Guild Hall this week. The series was produced with service workers, teachers, community leaders, and developers in mind, presenting the experiences of BIPOC artists, scholars, and leaders.

Jul 8, 2021
Pent-Up Energy Released in Weekend of Traffic, Revelry, Ringing Registers

With illegal fireworks, noise complaints, bar fights, accidents, ambulance calls, missing pets, long traffic backups, and bustling business over the Fourth of July weekend, the South Fork officially shook off its remaining Covid cobwebs and picked up the pace for peak season.

Jul 8, 2021
East Hampton Town's Meals for Senior Citizens Resume

East Hampton Town's senior citizens nutrition programs will resume meal service at the town's senior citizens center on Springs-Fireplace Road and at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center on Monday

Jul 8, 2021