Audrey Newton Barnett died last Thursday at a hospital in Bridgeport, Conn., of congestive heart failure after a long illness. She was a much-loved elementary school teacher for 20 years at the Springs School.
Mary Frances Theban, known as Polly, died of complications of pneumonia on Feb. 16 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. She was 78.
Ruth Marie Harkins, an Amagansett native who had been living in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., since retiring from the United States Postal Service, died on Feb. 21 at Joanne’s House at Hope Hospice in Bonita Springs, Fla. She was 90 and had chronic...
Ann Marie Moylan, who had worked at Southampton Hospital as a nurse and as an manager, died of complications from esophageal cancer on Feb. 16. She was 53.
hose who have handled a semiautomatic rifle of the sort used in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shootings on Feb. 14 know that these are not ordinary weapons. Their power is unmistakable; an errant shot striking a small tree will go through that tree...
Ethnic animosity has, unfortunately, turned up in an ugly way in advance of Tuesday’s vote on the proposed renovation of the overcrowded Springs School.
As far as I recall, our little ARFan is the first dog I’ve ever taken on walks. In the old days, whether we were living in Amagansett or here in the village, we simply opened the door and let our dogs roam free. This was the common practice well...
The red-winged blackbirds returned to Cranberry Hole Road this week, announcing themselves by their rusty, spring-sounding calls from hiding places among the scrub. It seems far too soon.
An Idaho lawmaker uncomfortable with climate change being taught in the state’s schools — or perhaps simply uncomfortable with education itself — said kids ought to be able to determine on their own, for instance, whether the globe upon which we...

In the mountains there is no doubt as to global warming’s effects: Glaciers that were once tourist attractions have disappeared and famous peaks like Eiger and Matterhorn are coming apart.
PSEG Long Island has joined forces with BMW of North America to offer Long Island customers $10,000 off the best dealer-negotiated price on purchases of new 2017-18 BMW i3 series electric vehicles.
The prices below have been calculated from the county transfer tax. Unless otherwise noted, the parcels contain structures. Data provided by Suffolk Research Service of Southampton.

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