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A crowd some 200 strong, mostly women and most wearing white, gathered under the shade of the elms on East Hampton's Main Street on Thursday to recreate a march for women's suffrage that took place here in 1913, three years before women gained the right to vote in New York State.
After the lifeguards have gone, East Hampton Ocean Rescue volunteers stay ready for emergencies on the water in all conditions and all seasons.
An American flag missing from the flagpole at the Founders Monument in Bridgehampton since early August soon will be gloriously waving once again.
For anyone who has not seen the exhibition of drawings, paintings, photographs, and sculpture by South Fork artists that opened at the Jackson Carriage House in Amagansett on Aug. 5, the next few days offer a last chance.
Saturday offers a chance to properly dispose of household hazardous waste, as the Town of Southampton will hold a STOP day — for Stop Throwing Out Pollutants — at the Sag Harbor transfer station on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike...
A police badge and new, state-of-the-art septic systems were topics at Friday’s meeting of the East Hampton Village Board, along with familiar disagreement about deer management and the perennial issue of parking.
This year’s piping plover chicks have fledged, adding 35 young plovers to the limited population of the endangered birds after a protective watch and efforts to keep people, vehicles, dogs, and other predators away from them.
Work has begun to restore the mill cottage on the 1648 Lion Gardiner home lot, on James Lane in East Hampton, to its appearance in the 1880s.
Almost one year ago, the construction of a bioswale, a drainage course designed to trap pollutants and silt from surface runoff, started on the green north of Town Pond in East Hampton Village. The objective was to improve the water quality of Town and Hook Ponds.
A new energy company is offering East Hampton customers an alternative to purchasing their electricity and gas from PSEG-Long Island.
Fire up the ovens, get the chickens primped and pretty, and keep practicing those tricks with Fido — the Springs Agricultural Fair takes place on Saturday, with all kinds of contests to enter and prizes to win.
A new impound yard for vehicles and objects obtained by the police was approved by the Sag Harbor Village Board on Aug. 8, but while initial steps were taken, the difficulty of getting projects underway, like those for Long Wharf and a waterfront park named for John Steinbeck, may not bode well for how long this one will take.
Wednesday is movie night at Indian Wells Beach in Amagansett, where "The Boss Baby" will be screened at 8 as a fund-raiser for the East Hampton Food Pantry. Admission is free, but donations would be appreciated. Food and beverages will be...