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AMAGANSETT J. Davis to D. Bruno and B. Bennett, 81 Abrahams Landing Road, .57 acre, June 15, $1,190,000. EAST HAMPTON R. and K. Young to 23 Atlantic L.L.C., 32 Atlantic Street, June 18, $547,410. B. Roaman to M. and W. Clurman, M and W, 53...

For Nancy     Springs     July 3, 2012 Dear Editor,     We recently attended the lovely and moving memorial service for Nancy Kane. She was such a vibrant person and one of our library’s first...
   Two events at Fresh Pond in Amagansett — one on land, one on the water — coincided Sunday, and in terms of numbers the paddleboarders, who raced three and six-mile triangular courses in Gardiner’s Bay that morning,...
   As Roseanne Roseannadanna used to say, “What’s all this fuss about chickens?”     Having been born and raised next to my grandfather’s chicken farm in Mattituck, where he tended a flock of up to...
   The team without a sponsor but with a logo, CfAR, sprayed sand in the defending champions’ faces in the first two games of the East Hampton Town men’s slow-pitch softball league’s best-of-five final.
   Maidstone Market, the Yankees of East Hampton men’s soccer, advanced to last night’s spring-summer 7-on-7 final by shutting out Bateman Painting 2-0 at Herrick Park on July 25.     Tortorella Pools earned...
    With the Giant Steps 5K having ended its run, the Old Montauk Athletic Club stepped into the breach with a race of its own at Fresh Pond, Amagansett, Sunday, though the turnout was light, perhaps given the fact that a number of...
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Thursday, August 2 BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field tournament begins, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 5:30 p.m. BEACH VOLLEYBALL, games at Gurney’s Inn, Montauk, from 6 p.m. Friday, August 3 BENEFIT SOFTBALL,...
    As we know, time and tide wait for no man, or woman for that matter. There’s really nothing that can be done to stem the first part of the old saw, but being aware of our semidiurnal tide schedule is crucial for sailors,...
   July became August when it was but two weeks old. Geese, one heard geese then, probing the air tentatively, like first skaters on a newly frozen pond. The growing year, half a month premature at its advent, has neither slowed nor...
   Houston may seem a long way from Sag Harbor and the South Fork, but when one starts out in Freeport, it turns out not to be that far at all.     Such is the experience of Andrea Grover, the curator of programs at the...
   A year after Rocco Gardner and his partners brought their ambitious Escape to New York music, art, and lifestyle event to the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton, they will make a more toned-down escape, this time to Montauk....