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East Hampton Middle School is holding a parents-only discussion this evening at 6:30 with Nicholas Kardaras, author of "Glow Kids: How Screen Addiction Is Hijacking Our Kids," published in 2016.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, a celebration that began 40 years ago as a heralding of love and duty that has become a multibillion-dollar business. According to the National Retail Federation, Mother’s Day gift sales this year will reach an estimated $23....
As the Suffolk County Department of Health’s division of vector control began annual aerial application of methoprene, a mosquito larvicide, over salt marshes on the South Fork last week, a pilot program that would ban spraying over a study site...
With the new fiscal year beginning on Aug. 1, the East Hampton Village Board presented a tentative 2017-18 budget at its work session last Thursday.
The Sag Harbor School Board sent its vice president, Tommy John Schiavoni, to the village board meeting on Tuesday night to discuss the village’s recent ban on parking on streets near the schools.
The possibility of bus service in Montauk this summer moved close to reality on Tuesday when East Hampton Town Board officials agreed to advertise for proposals from transportation companies to provide it.
Faced with a dismal forecast for Saturday, the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton has postponed a planned family day. Instead, it will be held on May 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
People wanting a peek inside the Baker House 1650, a luxury inn on East Hampton's Main Street, can get it on Wednesday evening, when the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce hosts a happy-hour mixer there from 5:30 to 7. The gathering will include...
A panel discussion with five women scientists will follow an I-Tri screening of the Oscar-nominated "Hidden Figures" on Saturday.
Rev up those engines, it’s time for the 12th annual Red Knights’ Motorcycle Blessing and Ride, which benefits the Suffolk County Burn Center at Stony Brook University Hospital. The ride will take place on Sunday, starting in North Sea.
Under sunny skies, some 250 people marched along Sag Harbor’s Main Street and held a rally at Long Wharf on Saturday as part of a national campaign to draw attention to climate change.

National Public Gardens Day, on Friday, May 12, will offer the opportunity of free guided tours of Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton, the Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack, and the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.

Contemporary feminism will be considered in a program tomorrow evening in Sag Harbor. Liz Abzug, the president of the Bella Abzug Leadership Institute and a professor at Barnard College, will be the keynote speaker. She is a former deputy...