When Laurie Cancellieri called this newspaper on Monday to report that a memorial plaque in honor of her son on a teak bench at the eastern Ditch Plain Beach was missing and presumably stolen, she had no idea the plaque would be returned before the issue went to print. But she did have a clue.
Thanks to a Springs resident who has made a sizable donation to pay for landscaping, Ashawagh Hall, which is owned by the Springs Improvement Society and serves as a center for activities from concerts to art shows and civic group meetings, is sporting a new but natural look.
For the first time ever, beachgoers at Two Mile Hollow and Georgica might have the chance to grab a hot dog, an ice cream bar, or a drink from food trucks in the parking lots there.
Moviegoers may have noticed a new sign at the East Hampton Cinema: “For the safety and comfort of all our guests: Backpacks and bags of any kind are subject to inspection prior to entry to this facility.” The Regal Entertainment Group,...
The annual fireworks show at Main Beach in East Hampton, once a Fourth of July tradition and more recently a way to mark the end of summer on Labor Day weekend, now has a new date on the calendar.
The Ocean Institute and Surf Museum, a new feature at the Montauk Lighthouse Museum, will have a formal opening tonight at 6:30.
Jarvis J. Slade Jr. and Tonia J. D’Angelo of East Hampton were married on Aug. 15 at the Slade estate on Middle Lane.
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.