Community members, former Springs School employees, and current staff members took sides in a heated exchange over a lawsuit being filed against Springs by its former district clerk.
The screech of packing tape being stretched across the flaps of a cardboard box could be heard through the door of Kathryn Bermudez’s studio apartment in East Hampton on a recent Wednesday night.
In the nine months since Camp SoulGrow received nonprofit status, more than 230 kids have taken advantage of its 127 free and low-cost programs.
The Sag Harbor School District is one step closer to adding a distance learning program to its course offerings.
For Dylan Breault, a senior at Bridgehampton High School, the Young Artists and Writers Project High School Playwriting Program was bigger than any classroom writing assignment, and the program’s culminating performance on Saturday will be bigger than a school play.
The Sag Harbor School District is expected to release information soon about a formal appraisal of the former Stella Maris Regional School, the purchase of which is being explored.
Wondering what to do with the kids this weekend or how to keep them busy after school? From puppet shows to story times, art workshops to science explorations there's always something going on. 
Gingerbread Houses Families can work together to decorate gingerbread houses during four upcoming workshops at the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. The museum will provide a variety of edible decorations for workshops on...
The former district clerk of the Springs School District is planning to sue the district, asserting that she had been wrongfully terminated and suffered “extreme emotional and psychological stress” resulting from a “hostile work environment.”