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    On Saturday afternoon we were invited to go crabbing as a family with friends at one of the local oceanside salt ponds. It was also to be a picnic. Some friends were bringing a brazier and a big pot; others would bring bread,...

    Although Steven Gaines, an author who is navigating his first campaign for political office, has spent a large portion of his adult life in the public eye and describes himself as “outgoing and warm,” he said this...
The current lease will see the theater through its 2012 season next summer, but after that the organization will be searching for a new spot.

    With the election about three weeks away, there are still a few chances to meet the candidates face to face.      On Saturday at 8 a.m., Democratic candidates for town supervisor and town board, Zach Cohen,...

     The third in a monthly series of community discussions on “The Politics of It All — The Quest for Answers” will be held at the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center on Tuesday at 7 p.m., with...
    A proposed amendment to East Hampton Town’s zoning code, designed to simplify the procedure for farmers looking to add greenhouses, farm stands, or other buildings to their land is the right idea, most speakers at a town...
    As the election draws closer, candidates will cross swords several times over the next few weeks, debating local issues and taking a public stance on both their personal and party platforms. On Monday night at 7, the League of...
    Four days before voters in the Amagansett Fire District approved the $2.8 million purchase of a two-acre parcel next door to the firehouse, the site of the former Pacific East restaurant, some residents learned that it had been sold by court order in May for $500,000.
    In its third appearance on the South Fork, Songs of Solomon, an inspirational youth ensemble that has performed with the likes of Elton John and Jessye Norman, will take center stage at the Old Whalers Church in Sag Harbor on...