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Kadampa Center classes involve patience, compassion
Gen Kelsang Norden, a Buddhist nun, is among those leading meditation instruction and classes on Buddhist thought at the Kadampa Meditation Center in Sag Harbor.
Five years after it was destroyed by fire, Scoville Hall has been rebuilt and will once again serve the community.
Rust tide, warmer water may be factors in decline
State waters opened for scalloping on Nov. 7. This year, the town trustees set Sunday as the opening date for harvest in town waters.
David E. Rattray
The Shinnecock Canal was filled with bunker fish before the locks were open at 9:30 Monday morning.
Amy Beth Stern
Tens of thousands of fish died Monday in the Shinnecock Canal.Amy Beth Stern
Summertime parking on portions of the ocean beach in East Hampton Town will continue after a state court dismissed lawsuits by property owners who had objected to the growing number of vehicles there on some weekends.
The East Hampton Star
A fatal accident occurred in front of Cafe Max, a restaurant on Montauk Highway in East Hampton, on Wednesday around 6:30 p.m.
Harry Greenfield, 72, was pronounced dead at Southampton Hospital after he was struck by a car in front of Cafe Max in East Hampton on Wednesday evening.Christine Sampson
Advocates field a flood of concerned calls
Nancy Nano of Noyac, who became a United States citizen in May, voted in her first U.S. presidential election on Tuesday.
Recent toxic algal blooms in Georgica Pond and other local water bodies have heightened concern about ground and surface water pollution.
Proposition 1 decision appears on back of ballot
Trump-Clinton debate ill-suited to cardiac rehab
Jessica R. Swiatocha, left, the manager of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation at Southampton Hospital, and Debra Jensen, a physical therapy assistant, agreed that the sign barring patients from heated political debate was necessary.
Taylor K. Vecsey
Taylor K. Vecsey