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Parking in Downtown Sag Harbor This Weekend Limited to 45 Minutes

After imposing strict short-term parking limits in the village last weekend, the mayor on Friday set a 45-minute limit on parking for the final weekend of May.

May 29, 2020
Church Partners With Fresh Direct to Offer Bridgehampton Pickup Site

Customers can make appointments on the Fresh Direct website for pickup at the First Baptist Church of Bridgehampton Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 7 p.m. 

May 29, 2020
Outdoor Dining Gets a Boost, While Businesses Get Mask Authority

Several key initiatives were announced by local, county, and state officials on Thursday, paving the way for restaurants to offer increased outdoor dining and for private business owners to officially refuse service to people not wearing masks.

May 28, 2020
A Collector Enlivened by the Dead-Ball Era

John Goodman, who has made a retirement hobby of trading vintage baseball cards, explains the mystery of the legendary Honus Wagner card, and a lot more.

May 28, 2020
East Hampton Samples Are a Crucial Contributor to Lyme Test

The successful development of a rapid new diagnostic Lyme disease test is owed in part to the test samples contributed to the Bay Area Lyme Foundation's Lyme Disease Biobank, specifically from the patients of Dr. George Dempsey's East Hampton Family Medicine practice.

May 28, 2020
Kudos From Moody's for East Hampton Village

East Hampton Village is in strong fiscal health and will likely remain so despite the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic, according to a recent credit analysis from Moody’s Investors Service.

May 28, 2020
Health Briefs 05.28.20

A Southampton Covid testing site will continue with county funding, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is offering telehealth visits for rehabilitation services, and elective surgeries will begin in June.

May 28, 2020
Hospital Reimagines its Annual Summer Party

The gala’s 62nd iteration will not be held in the field across from the hospital on Wickapogue Road as it has previously. In response to continuing concerns related to the coronavirus and to serve as an example of safe behavior, the party’s theme will be Gala in Your Garden.

May 28, 2020
When a Montauk Mechanic Took on the Town

Move over, “The Affair.” In the stranger than fiction department, a Sag Harbor filmmaker is shopping a screenplay about a Montauk mechanic, his years-long dispute with the town, and the romance he shared with his late partner.

May 28, 2020
On South Fork, Weather Helped Keep Weekend Worries in Check

With an assist from Mother Nature in the form of a gray, damp Saturday and windy Sunday and Monday, the “slow, soft reopening” to the summer season envisioned by East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc last week largely unfolded according to plan over the Memorial Day weekend.

May 28, 2020
Positive Trends Continue as County Begins First Phase of Reopening

Suffolk will “show that we will have the pathway forward to continue reopening the other parts of our economy as quickly as possible,” the county executive predicted.

May 27, 2020
State Launches Small Business Loan Program

The $100 million program will provide low-interest loans to small business owners, nonprofits like day care centers and food banks, and residential landlords who did not receive one of the federal loans offered earlier. Eighteen percent of the money will be set aside for Long Island.

May 27, 2020