In terms of access for the disabled, South Fork has come a long way in 21 years, largely due to the dogged persistence of the East End Disabilities Group, whose volunteers have served as a voice and resource for a community whose needs are all too often overlooked.
Dozens of men, women, and families gathered at Guild Hall on Aug. 19 for a screening of “The Hunting Ground,” a provocative documentary about sexual assault on college campuses and the blind eye university presidents turn toward the epidemic.
The radioactive sands in the area found to be widespread and naturally occurring.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals has asked that Mark Schryver reduce his request to exceed the allowable floor area of his house at 35 Sherrill Road by 19 percent.
The clown doctors will be on call in East Hampton on Sunday when performers from the Big Apple Circus demonstrate why laughter can be some of the best medicine.
Mark Ripolone of Ditch Plains Taxi is raising money for the Montauk Playhouse Community Center by donating all of his fares on Wednesday.
While many of her peers were taking care of last-minute dorm shopping and picking their first college classes, Zoe Vatash was getting ready to join the Israeli Army.
The International Solar Energy Society and the Global 100% Renewable Energy Campaign are presenting the webinar, participation in which is free.
Luly Duke, an East Hampton resident who left Cuba as a girl in 1960, was on hand as the American flag was raised over the reopened U.S. embassy in Havana on Friday.