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Barefoot at Home With Ina Garten

Before the Covid-19 pandemic, Ina Garten was already looking out for the welfare of her two million-plus Instagram followers. “Hunkering down at home with Jeffrey and a few overnight Belgian waffles for dinner,” she wrote under a photo of a fluffy, syrup-soaked waffle topped with bananas.

Jun 11, 2020
The Barber Is Back, and So Is the Toy Seller

New sectors of economy reopened Wednesday as Covid-19 impacts continue to subside. In-store retail, salons, professional offices, and car dealerships are among the businesses that are now cleared to operate.

Jun 10, 2020
Nuevo centro de testeo para Covid-19 abre el martes en Montauk

Un nuevo centro de testeo para Covid-19, accesible a peatones y autos (drive-thru), abrirá el martes que viene en la escuela de Montauk (Montauk School), según un comunicado de la Cámara de Comercio de Montauk (Montauk Chamber of Commerce).

Jun 9, 2020
Covid Test Site Opens Tuesday in Montauk

A new drive-up and walk-up Covid-19 testing site will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the first two hours reserved for members of the Montauk Chamber of Commerce.

Jun 9, 2020
Suffolk Sheriff Creating Community Advisory Board

Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon Jr. on Monday announced he intends to create a community advisory board to give residents a direct line of communication and representation to his department. Members will discuss relevant topics with the sheriff and provide input on initiatives and policies.

Jun 9, 2020
Charity Golf Tourney Raises $115,000 for East Hampton Food Pantries

With the ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos serving as referee and announcer, the live-streamed match at the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett brought in more than twice what the pantries' fund-raisers normally reap in a year.

Jun 8, 2020
Black Lives Rally in East Hampton Sunday Was Thousands Strong

Sunday's event, which drew thousands, came as protesters were continuing to gather across the East End, the country, and the world to protest racist policing.

Jun 8, 2020
In-Person Graduations May Be Possible Later in Summer

Live, in-person graduation ceremonies and professional baseball with fans in seats may happen this summer, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said on Friday, as Covid-19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to trend downward in the county.

Jun 5, 2020
'We Are Tired of Two Americas,' Sag Harbor Rally Speaker Says

The mood was fiery and rebellious but also upbeat and confident on Friday as a huge crowd convened in Sag Harbor to protest police killings of African-Americans and decry the ingrained and structural racism that perpetuates injustice and denies equal opportunity to all Americans.

Jun 5, 2020
Hampton Classic Horse Show Is Canceled for 2020

The Hampton Classic Horse Show would have marked its 45th anniversary this summer, but on Friday the show's organizers announced its cancellation because of safety precautions amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jun 5, 2020
Mercados locales, restaurantes al aire libre, campamentos de verano diurnos volverán a funcionar

El fin de semana largo, del Día de los Caídos, marcó la reapertura del mercado de Sag Harbor, mientras que el mercado de Springs se inauguró el sábado pasado, y el de Montauk reabrirá el jueves que viene.

Jun 5, 2020
As Virus Is Brought Under Control, Suffolk Confronts Massive Fiscal Crisis

The county had just one death from Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, but the news is less positive on the fiscal front as it anticipates a $590 million deficit this year alone.

Jun 4, 2020