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The East Hampton Town Recreation Department is offering a number of sports clinics and programs for kids beginning Monday, when a flag football clinic for 6 to 12-year-olds runs from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Sportime Arena on Abraham’s Path in...
The East Hampton School Board had a full agenda Tuesday night, one that could be said to have gone from soup to nuts, just hours before the start of the new school year. Of particular interest were announcements that it had decided to appoint...
Just before the start of school, the Springs School Board met briefly last week to finalize the district’s hiring plans for the coming year. In the spring, partly because of the district’s increasing enrollment, the board decided to...
It’s back to the books in this first week of school for many students, which might seem a bit humdrum for kids sad to say goodbye to summer. Young adults might change their minds about school after listening to Patricia McCormick talk at the...
Activities for Summer’s End As those free and easy summer days wind to a close, the local libraries have a few more activities to keep the imagination going and the brain engaged. At the East Hampton Library tomorrow, kids 4 and up can...
Brigit DiPrimo started her tenure as the new Amagansett School principal on Thursday.
It’s time to get out the backpacks, stock up on supplies, get to know this year’s bus schedule, and enjoy those last few days out of the classroom. School starts on Wednesday in all the local districts but Bridgehampton, where students...
On a sunny afternoon in Sagaponack, parents and food advocates gathered last week at the home of Erica and L.A. Reid to dine, shop, and listen to a panel discussion on healthy eating given by nutrition experts. The event, called “Food Fight:...
The East Hampton School Board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday to go over its goals for the coming school year. Replacing Patricia Hope, who resigned from the board this summer, is not on the agenda.