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    Ernestine Rose was the daughter of a Bridgehampton farmer and a school principal, and the niece of Judge Henry Chatfield, who was a prominent lawyer in Suffolk County and, in 1910, the first president of Bridgehampton Bank. From...

    The announcement Monday that Interior Secretary Ken Salazar had given final approval to the designation of the Montauk Lighthouse as a national historic landmark was more than welcome news: It gives the Light, which stands on an...

Had the Pleasure     East Hampton     March 5, 2012 Dear David,      On behalf of the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center I offer my sincere congratulations to the director, cast, and...

   A plan supported by East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill Wilkinson to privatize four tennis courts at the Terry King park on Abraham’s Path in Amagansett has drawn considerable opposition, as well it should. Now, with new...
    Montauk’s fishing community was saddened by the death of Bobby Huser on Monday. Most will picture him at the wheel of his classic Nova Scotia-style lobster boat, Teddy Boy. The Muskrat, as he was known, was a popular...
 “The View From Lazy Point” Carl Safina Picador, $18
   On Friday, for the second time in two weeks, I visited the largest of the three Atlantic white cedar swamps in the hamlet of North Sea with a fellow naturalist. Prior to those two visits, I hadn’t seen it since around 1983 when...

AMAGANSETT Scalia and Jordan-Scalia to Clark-Powell Trust, 63 Wyandanch Lane, .14 acre, Jan. 23, $1,800,000. EAST HAMPTON S. Lichtenstein to 11 H.R.L., L.L.C., 11 Hedge Row Lane, .75 acre, Jan. 9, $1,100,000. New Sunshine Realty to J. Tuohy...

Dwyer Does Cider