Tuesday night might as well have been Sag Harbor Village’s annual reorganizational meeting, what with all the resignations and hiring, even though the end of the village’s fiscal year is still a few weeks away and the village election is more than a month out.
Two students with a first-hand understanding of the challenges faced by immigrants have organized an East Hampton High School Key Club campaign to collect and distribute needed items to refugees in Greece and elsewhere.
Carl Hans Tiedemann II, an East Hampton resident whose long career in investment banking included founding a firm that helped finance successful hedge funds and a trust company that became a model for the industry, died at his New York City home on...
Funeral services for Eugene A. Damon, who lived for many years on Egypt Lane in East Hampton and who died on Nov. 11 in Jacksonville, Fla., at 86, will be held at the Yardley and Pino Funeral Home in East Hampton at 1 p.m. on May 21.
Rossetti Perchik of Springs, an architect and founder of the Clamshell Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports community causes and sponsors the Great Bonac Fireworks and an annual sandcastle contest, died on Saturday.