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Naming has come a long way since the days of yore. Now it is used to immortalize individuals, mostly politicos, famous athletes, fallen war heroes, and firemen and police shot in the line of duty. It is also used to name new roads in new...
AMAGANSETT H. Sheldon to G. Merck, 476 Montauk Highway, 3.3 acres (vacant), May 12, $2,000,000. E. Lee to S. and I. Khan, 128 Central Avenue, .26 acre, May 12, $1, 400,000. BRIDGEHAMPTON F. and L. Sumavielle to P. and J. Wood, 24 Tansey Lane...
Sunday’s Youth Triathlon at Maidstone Park was the I-Tri program’s biggest yet, what with 72 entrants who ranged in age from 10 to 17. “We’ll probably have to cap the number of entrants soon,” said Diane O’...
About 100 swimmers of all ages participated Saturday morning in a Swim Across America event in Gardiner’s Bay that raised an estimated $65,000 for cancer research and for Fighting Chance, “the best provider of services to cancer patients...
Thursday, July 17 LIFEGUARDING, East Hampton Village Main Beach tournament, 4 p.m. BEACH VOLLEYBALL, games at Kirk Park Beach, Montauk, from 6 p.m. Friday, July 18 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL, Southampton Breakers vs. Montauk Mustangs, Montauk School...
With eight games to go as of Tuesday, the Montauk Mustangs, a first-year entry in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League, needed to win four to earn a playoff berth. While the playoffs may not be in the cards, the season, according to the...
Zach Brenneman, a former all-American midfielder at Notre Dame and pro who’s embarked now on a career in the financial world, has not entirely put lacrosse behind him: This week he and eight other coaches, most of whom he grew up playing the...
Jason Behan said it was like that scene in “Jaws” when the residents of Amity go to sea after the killer shark in every manner of craft and with every sort of weapon imaginable. He wasn’t talking about the weekend’s shark...
Christina Lewis Halpern’s nonprofit offers intensive computer training and industry contacts for young men of color.