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Graduation season is well under way, with the official start of summer but a few commencement ceremonies away.
Kids at the Mill On Mondays and Thursdays through Aug. 7, the Water Mill Museum will give children 5 and up a glimpse of the colonial era as they help with a task that was important to daily life then — milling corn into grits, flour, and...
Project Most, a nonprofit after-school program for elementary students in East Hampton and Springs, has established a new scholarship committee.
Will Collins, a Montauk School physical education teacher, took part in the Ride to Montauk on May 31 and exceeded his $500 goal, raising $1,400 for Katy’s Courage. Mr. Collins said he was working at the Lobster Roll restaurant on Napeague...
Fiesta of the Arts Guild Hall will host a Fiesta of the Arts Saturday to celebrate Latin American culture on the East End. There will be food, music, arts and crafts, and a pinata for kids. The free event runs from 2 to 4 p.m.   The Goat...
With the last days of school approaching, the East Hampton Town Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up for a summer full of activities for young people, from sailing and swimming lessons to games and crafts programs and tennis, soccer,...
The Amagansett School Board has appointed Thomas Lamorgese, formerly a principal of the East Hampton Middle School, to serve as interim principal following the sudden resignation of Robert Brisbane on May 30. The board voted to appoint Mr....
Roger Smith, the principal architect for BBS Architecture, a Patchogue firm, spent the bulk of Monday’s Springs School Board meeting unveiling a new master plan. Though nothing has been formally decided upon, during May’s budget vote...
The East Hampton School Board meeting on June 3 took on a celebratory note, with the district riding high on its recent budget vote victory. East Hampton was the only school district on Long Island to override the state-imposed tax cap after...