After a four-year renovation, John Jermain reopens in its Main Street home
Catherine Creedon, the director of the John Jermain Memorial Library, triumphantly held up the book “Sag Harbor: The Story of an American Beauty” on its way on Saturday from the library’s temporary home on West Water Street to its permanent location on Main Street.
Dorothy Ingersoll Zaykowski’s “Sag Harbor: The Story of an American Beauty” passed through nearly 1,000 pairs of hands on the way from the John Jermain Memorial Library’s temporary home to its newly restored permanent home. Christine Sampson
Town says code violations have calmed down
Empty storefronts will again line Main Street
Beth Buccini, owner and founder of Kirna Zabete, has a house in Amagansett and opened a pop-up on East Hampton’s Newtown Lane this summer.
Struck by a Jet Ski as a 2-year-old
Eliot Fisher worked as a lifeguard at Atlantic Avenue Beach in Amagansett this summer, the same beach on which he was hit by a Jet Ski piloted by a lifeguard in 2002.
The headline read “Town Jet Ski Hits Toddler” in the Aug. 29, 2002, issue of The Star, but 2-year-old Eliot Fisher escaped any major injury.
Zeldin speaks of national security, Throne-Holst of the environment
Lee Zeldin and Anna Throne-Holst
Morgan McGivern and Taylor K. Vecsey
The Ladies Village Improvement Society of East Hampton is gearing up for its annual fair on Saturday.
Plans are to be made in conjunction with existing coastal planning policies, such as the longstanding and state approved Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan.
Water-quality measure on Nov. 8 ballot