The well-known sculptor Bill King's life and artistic legacy will be celebrated at Guild Hall in East Hampton on Saturday.
Ronald Cunningham, a certified nursing assistant, came to the South Fork as a live-in caregiver a few years ago. He was the “consummate caregiver,” said a friend of 30 years, Tom Patterson of McAlisterville, Pa., Mr. Cunningham’s...
Terry Bagley, known to many in Sag Harbor for Bagley Home, a Provence-inspired shop on Main Street, died on the morning of May 6 beneath a cherry tree in full bloom at her Bay Point home with her dog, Noah, by her side.
Allan Stivers Kahkonen, a master carpenter who worked on several historic restorations in East Hampton, died at his home in Franklin, N.C. He was 79.
James Randolph Stansfield, an artist, educator, and former resident of Amagansett, died on April 11 in Pompton Plains, N.J. He was 93.
A funeral Mass will be offered at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton at 10 a.m. on Friday for Joseph J. Olszewski Sr. of East Hampton, who died on May 12.
Eileen Ceceil Crichton, a Montauk resident known as Sunny, died on April 24 at Southampton Hospital.
A memorial service for Helen E. Sheehy will be held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton on May 23 at 2 p.m.
Glyn Erwin, who came to Montauk in 1975 as a member of the Air Force stationed at Camp Hero, died at Southampton Hospital on April 18 after a long illness.