Articles

    Martin Drew of Springs, a political gadfly and frequent writer of letters to the editor, announced last Thursday that he would run a write-in campaign for East Hampton Town supervisor.     A semi-retired...
Dems’ Campaign Rally     The East Hampton Democratic Party has invited people to an “old-fashioned campaign rally” on Saturday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the East Hampton Neighborhood House. There will be live music,...
“Frankenstein Follies”     The young actors of Stages, a Children’s Theatre Workshop, will present “Frankenstein Follies,” a Halloween-themed musical review this weekend at the Bay Street Theatre....
    The Ross School’s Innovation Lab, an academy for high school students focusing in science, math, engineering, media, and technology, has announced a new marine science program that will begin in January.
    Bruce and Linda Beyer of Sag Harbor have announced the Sept. 7 marriage of their daughter Deanna Lynn Beyer to Brian Joseph Locascio, a son of Harold and Nancy Locascio of Noyac. The wedding took place at the Old Whalers Church in...
    Nicole Karlebach, the daughter of Nancy and Craig Karlebach of Springs, and Matthew Hoisington, the son of Melissa and Scott Hoisington of Kingfield, Me., were married on Sept. 29 in Westhampton Beach.     The...
    Wanda Roberta Wyluda, a woman of many interests who lived on Stephen Hand’s Path in East Hampton for many years, died in Southampton on Oct. 19 after a short illness.     “She was a housewife who...
    Joseph Ferrante of East Hampton, a man of many talents who worked for 30 years at Brookhaven National Laboratories assisting scientists in the search for the source of matter, died on Oct. 2 at Stony Brook University Hospital at...
    Robert S. Greene, a writer, New Orleans jazz musician, documentarian, and historian, died of lung cancer on Oct. 13 at home on Red Dirt Road in Springs at the age of 91. The illness had been recently diagnosed.
    Lucy Cuomo of Cranberry Hole Road, Amagansett, died yesterday at her daughter’s house in East Hampton. She was 89.     Arrangements are being handled by Yardley and Pino Funeral Home on Pantigo Road in East...
Artists love a challenge, and taking mundane objects and re-imagining them for fun and a good cause must be irresistible as evinced by the ninth annual Artist Birdhouse Auction.
    A mixed bag of seven statewide ballot propositions will greet voters on Nov. 5. We urge a yes vote on four, no votes on two.             Proposal 1 is the most controversial. It...
    With a pending vacancy on the East Hampton Town Justice Court and no incumbent seeking re-election, two candidates who would be new to the bench hope to don the robe. Town justices preside over everything from routine traffic...