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Spring Fair Takes Its Lumps

The East Hampton Village Board criticized the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce’s stewardship of the village’s annual spring fair, and at a board meeting last Thursday questioned whether the event should be held this year.     

Mar 12, 2020
Mayor's Race: Larsen Has Big Plans for Village

Jerry Larsen, a candidate for East Hampton Village mayor, discusses his plan to charge for parking in the commercial district and use the revenue to finance the installation of a centralized sewer system.  

Mar 12, 2020
Sixteen Seats Would Be Max at Food Stores

As the East Hampton Village Board has proposed allowing food stores to have seating for up to 16 customers, Billy Hajek, the village planner, provided further details about the plan.     

Mar 12, 2020
Peconic Jitney Is on Hold

A proposal to relaunch the Peconic Jitney, a ferry service that provided a direct link between Sag Harbor and Greenport during its trial run in 2012, has been scrapped for this year, Jim Ryan, a manager at the company, told Sag Harbor Village Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy last week.     

Mar 12, 2020
Montauk Family in Quarantine as Virus Concerns Mount

The family returned from Italy this week, had no contact with the Montauk School since their return, and will be in precautionary quarantine at home for 14 days.

Mar 10, 2020
Greenport Brewing Says Employee Is County's First COVID-19 Case

The man in his 40s is being treated at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, and the brewing company has closed its Peconic location for a thorough cleaning. As of Tuesday morning, he remained the county's only confirmed case of the virus.

Mar 10, 2020
Update: Suffolk's First COVID-19 Patient Is at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

A man who was confirmed as Suffolk County's first coronavirus patient on Sunday is improving while reportedly in the care of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, and one person he had come in contact with is under mandatory quarantine, according to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone.

Mar 9, 2020
Southampton Campus Could Be Coronavirus Quarantine Site

Seventy-three State University of New York students recalled from study-abroad programs were on a plane Saturday to Kennedy Airport, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said in a news conference at noon, and some could be quarantined at the Stony Brook Southampton campus.

Mar 7, 2020
Vida Abundante Church to Take Over St. Thomas Chapel

After sharing space with churches in Wainscott and East Hampton for nearly 14 years, the Vida Abundante New York congregation will finally have a home of its own this spring as it moves into the historic St. Thomas Chapel in Amagansett.     

Mar 5, 2020
A Look at the Life-Saving Station

East Hampton Library's Long Island Library Collection's Item of the Week focuses on a crew at the Amagansett Life-Saving Station in the early 20th century.

Mar 5, 2020
Student Art at the Parrish

When the artwork of more than 1,000 students arrives at a well-known South Fork museum for a massive, six-week show, it’s safe to say it’s a can’t-miss kind of exhibition.     

Mar 5, 2020
Sag Harbor Village Mulls Paid Parking

Seeking to address the chronic lack of parking in the village during the summer, the board is considering charging for spots on Main Street and in the Long Wharf lot and creating a designated lot for residents.     

Mar 5, 2020