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Sampling performed by State University at Stony Brook researchers has confirmed blooms of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, at Fort Pond in Montauk, Poxabogue Pond in Sagaponack, and Sayre Pond and Cooper’s Neck Pond in Southampton. Health...
Instead of going home after a long workday, over 100 Latino students attend a two-hour English as a second language program in Wainscott on Thursdays. However, unlike typical students, they range from 20 to 40 years old, and are thrilled to be there.
A three-mile portion of Montauk Highway, from Knoll Road in Shinnecock Hills east to Tuckahoe Lane in Southampton, will soon be repaved.
Long before Tropical Storm Irma smashed into the Dominican Republic, Meaghan Guzman, who was born and raised in Sag Harbor and now lives in East Hampton, had identified the dire need to help children and families living in remote parts of the island — the parts that most vacationers who flock to the Caribbean hotspot never see.
With the Hamptons International Film Festival in town this week filling the East Hampton Cinema with a full schedule of screenings in its 25th anniversary year, a rumor began to circulate that the theater would close right after the festival. It was not true.
A crowd estimated at more than 300 gathered for lunch Sunday for the formal dedication of a garden designed for the bees at the East Hampton Historical Farm Museum.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals looked favorably on an application to construct an addition to a century-old, historically important residence when it met on Friday.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County will offer a Marine Meadows Program workshop on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tiana Bayside Facility, at 89 Dune Road in Hampton Bays.
Despite low turnout, the Hampton Library's proposed 2018 budget of $1.3 million was easily approved on Saturday, and four members of the board of trustees were elected.
Those registered to vote in the Sag Harbor School District can weigh in today from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the John Jermain Memorial Library’s 2018 budget and also select three members of the library’s board from a field of five.
A brilliant blue sky and summer temperatures greeted those attending the East Hampton Town Trustees’ 27th annual Largest Clam Contest, held on Sunday.
East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell released a tentative $77.7 million budget for 2018 on Friday, which is a 3.5-percent increase over this year's spending plan and would result in increases in the tax rate of less than 1.5 percent.
It has been a whirlwind of a year for Joshua Franklin, who was officially installed as the new rabbi of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons on Sept. 2, less than three weeks before today’s beginning of the High Holidays.