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The four-acre-plus beachfront site at Ditch Plain in Montauk will be the subject of public hearings before the East Hampton Town Planning and Zoning Boards on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
We Got This, a Walter family fund-raiser, will be held on Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Inlet Seafood restaurant in Montauk. Tickets are $40 each and include buffet stations and a cash bar.
Rain showers and even snow, as well as strong gusty winds are in the forecast for the first weekend of April.
A book drive to benefit Youth of Malawi, a nonprofit organization that supports communities in that African nation, will take place outside the East Hampton Cinema on Saturday between 3 and 4 p.m.
The controversial beachfront bar in downtown Montauk, Sloppy Tuna, will open on schedule this season, the court-appointed receiver for the business promised Wednesday.
The public has been invited to see a seal that was rescued in Montauk be released back into the wild on Sunday.
The Zika virus, spread primarily through the bite of an infected mosquito, was declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization last month.
High school officials convened the March 23 forum after noticing an uptick this year in drug-related incidents.
Prolific professor and historian has two secrets to his prodigious productivity: grazing and napping.
As schools across the state anticipate third through eighth grade testing in English language arts and math to begin next week, a survey of school districts between Bridgehampton and Montauk this week showed fewer children seem to be opting out this year.
Feedback from roughly 500 Sag Harbor residents favored purchasing the former Stella Maris Regional School and transforming it into a center for early childhood education, according to survey results released last week by the Sag Harbor School District.
Changes are afoot in Amagansett’s commercial district. At Amagansett Square, Crossroads Music, which closed at the end of 2015 to the dismay of South Fork musicians, was not the only store to vacate its premises in recent months.
An artist with a studio on Plank Road, East Hampton, called East Hampton Town police there shortly before midnight on Saturday, leading to the arrest of a Bayport woman on multiple charges including the theft of his debit cards.