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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. 
In a move that has drawn criticism from the community, the Springs School Board has appointed a new district clerk, choosing a different staff member over an employee who had served for 13 years in that capacity.
The Wellness Foundation of East Hampton, a nonprofit, is marking its 10th anniversary this year, and expanding its focus on engaging children and families in learning about and improving their health through optimal nutrition and lifestyle choices.
Student musicians from the South Fork, New York City, and countries as far away as Afghanistan, Mexico, Bolivia, and Israel will converge here starting on Monday to make beautiful music.
Jazz for Jennings honored both Peter Jennings and his commitment to the Bridgehampton Child Care Center, while raising $200,000.
Visitors to the Amagansett Presbyterian Church’s 102nd summer fair on Saturday may be surprised at the progress made in the rebuilding of the church’s Scoville Hall, which was destroyed by fire in 2011.
East Hampton Town has appealed a federal court injunction barring implementation of a law that would have restricted the noisiest aircraft using East Hampton Airport to one round trip per week.
This week on the roads saw alcohol-related motor vehicle accidents, felony arrests, and dangerously high blood-alcohol readings.
Amagansett A Springs man, Brian Pardini, told police Sunday that someone had untied the line to his boat, moored at the Lazy Point launching ramp. It is the third time it has happened this week, he said. No other mooring line was disturbed. East...