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Suffolk County Sees Spike in Covid Rate

Suffolk County's Covid-19 positive rate has been creeping upward in recent weeks, and on Sunday hit 3.8 percent, the highest seen in months, with 324 people testing positive for the virus. 

Nov 10, 2020
Thought You Felt an Earthquake? You Were Right

Shortly after 9, many East Enders felt an earthquake that rumbled about nine kilometers off the coast of Massachusetts. Facebook posts reflected their experience from Montauk to Sagaponack to Sag Harbor and Shelter Island.

Nov 8, 2020
A Loving Big Sister Helping the World

Charlotte Egerton-Warburton has been busy during the Covid-19 pandemic with a project that helps the world in two ways. Charlotte, 10, makes and sells beaded necklaces that are handy to keep one's mask around the neck. She is using the sale as a fund-raiser for research into ADNP syndrome, also known as Helsmoortel-Van Der Aa Syndrome, a rare neurodevelopmental disorder that affects her younger brother, Rowland.

Nov 4, 2020
Hudson and Plank Are Married

Trevor Edward Hudson, a son of Pamela and Michael Hudson of East Hampton, and Kimberly Lynn Plank, a daughter of Lisa Plank and Christopher Plank of Harrisburg, Pa., were married on Aug. 8 at St. Francis Xavier Church in Philadelphia. A reception will be held next year when it is safe to do so.

Nov 4, 2020
Bay Street Announces Plans for New Home

The Bay Street Theater said on Friday that it will create a new home at the site of the West Water Street Shops in Sag Harbor with multiple theaters and educational facilities in addition to outdoor and dedicated public space to be completed in 2023.

Oct 30, 2020
Grants for East End Nonprofits

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork has awarded seven High Impact Community Outreach grants to East End nonprofit organizations, totaling $41,175.

Oct 28, 2020
Halloween 2020: Different This Year

East End Halloween festivities, including the traditional gathering of hundreds of costumed trick-or-treaters on East Hampton Village streets with decked-out houses, are being discouraged this year because of the pandemic, but two Cooper Lane families are going all out decorating their homes to give children a thrill.

Oct 28, 2020
On Call: You Tested Positive, Now What?

Cases of Covid-19 are on the rise across the country and the world. So what do you do if you or a family member is diagnosed with Covid-19?

Oct 28, 2020
Bridgehampton Child Care Center Breaks Ground on New Building

Bonnie Michelle Cannon, the executive director of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, donned a hard hat on Saturday and pulled a plank of siding off the old farmhouse that was originally part of the center. The symbolic moment kicked off a nearly $3 million project to erect a new building for the ever-evolving child care program.

Oct 28, 2020
Facing Foreclosure? Need D.M.V. Help? A Free New Resource Awaits Your Call

For those who need help coping with the pandemic, or applying for food stamps, or finding a mental health professional, or handling any life crisis, really, the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor has a valuable new resource.

Oct 28, 2020
Four Generations Cast Votes Together

Alanah Johnson, Tiffany Gilliam, Sharon Gilliam, and Betty Gilliam are all graduates of the Bridgehampton School. They can share stories of cheerleading for the Killer Bees at different points in history, and now they have a new story to tell in a history-making election year.

Oct 28, 2020
Seeking a Lost Connection

Waiting for his sweet-and-sour soup by the window of a Chinese takeout a few weeks ago, he had a brief encounter that left him longing for another, an instant connection with a woman who also loved the opera, but her number went missing, so he turned to the classifieds.

Oct 23, 2020