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Almost 1,000 people volunteered to be part of a ceremonial "book brigade" on Saturday as Sag Harbor's reconstructed, rebuilt, reborn John Jermain Memorial Library was reopened on Saturday.
A woman was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital late Friday afternoon following an accident at the intersection of Montauk Highway and Old Montauk Highway.
Town police, working with the New York State Liquor Authority, snared four bars and two retail shops in Montauk for allegedly selling alcohol to a minor.
The elm trees lining Main Street and scattered around East Hampton Village, perhaps a foundation of the village’s designation as one of the most beautiful little burgs in America, are aging and becoming more susceptible to disease.
South Fork residents came together on Sunday for two peaceful rallies to speak out against the shooting deaths of black men at the hands of police elsewhere in the country.
People came from across Long Island and farther, not only to hear each other talk about East Hampton’s Freetown neighborhood but also just to see and hear each other.
A giant leap by the Long Island Power Authority toward a new energy infrastructure for the East End based on emission-free, renewable sources did not occur as expected yesterday.
Seeking to stop the federal government from auctioning off Plum Island, the 840-acre island that lies off Orient Point on the North Fork, eight organizations and individuals have filed suit.
Between Saturday and Monday there were three serious accidents in which helicopters were called to take people to Stony Brook University Hospital’s level-one trauma center.