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  • Hard clams harvested from Lake Montauk, Napeague Harbor, Accabonac Harbor, and Three Mile Harbor are eligible.
  • Sebastian Junger, a journalist, filmmaker, and author known for his book “The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea” and the documentary film “Restrepo,” will discuss his work on Saturday at the Woodhouse Playhouse in East Hampton Village.
  • The Town of East Hampton’s push to meet 100 percent of its energy needs through renewable sources will get a ­publicity boost on Saturday, when TEDxShinnecockHills, the South Fork’s first public TEDx event, happens from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Southampton Arts Center. It will feature a number of talks broadly focusing on sustainability and environmentalism.
  • As it had indicated earlier this month, Deepwater Wind has submitted an application to the New York State Public Service Commission for the portion of its proposed South Fork Wind Farm’s transmission cable that would lie in state waters and underground on a path from its landing to the Long Island Power Authority substation in East Hampton.
  • The Jam Session, which hosted a weekly jazz jam at Bay Burger since 2009, has announced a new home as of next month.
  • Not only did the Sept. 13 Democratic Party primary formalize East Hampton Town Councilman David Lys as the party's nominee in the Nov. 6 general election, registered Democrats also had a choice of candidates for the town's Democratic Committee, including a number identifying as Reform Democrats.
  • David Lys keeps his spot on the ballot with well over 60 percent of the vote in Thursday's Democratic primary for the East Hampton Town Board nomination, pushing back a challenge from David Gruber and his Reform Democrats.
  • Summer may be unofficially over, but the harmful algal blooms associated with the hottest months are proliferating across the South Fork and elsewhere on Long Island.
  • It wasn’t long after the earthmoving equipment began digging a trench into Windsor Lane in Wainscott, commencing a months-long effort to install approximately 45,000 feet of water main in the hamlet, that reports of sticker shock began circulating.
  • The long-awaited effort to alleviate traffic by adding Long Island Rail Road service between Speonk and Montauk in the morning and afternoon has taken a step closer to reality.

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