Daily Grind

The Montauk Village Association has invited new members to join up on Saturday, when it holds a general meeting and membership drive at 10:30 a.m. at the Montauk Library.
Graduation season is here, and the class of 2018 is ready for the summer. Get out there and celebrate with them, hear what the students have to say, and wish them well. Below are the dates for our local commencement ceremonies.
In the latest Concerned Citizens of Montauk water test results, released this week, high levels of the bacteria were found at testing sites on Lake Montauk and in East Hampton Village.
In his lecture “Eat Dirt! (And Thrive): The Overlooked Ingredient for Ultimate Health,” in Amagansett on Saturday, Dr. Zach Bush will discuss the connections between the gastrointestinal tract and the rest of the body.
Fans of the world's most popular sport can find plenty of company at local bars and restaurants where televisions will be tuned live to the World Cup action in Russia. Topping the list is Rowdy Hall in East Hampton, where super fans can grab a seat each day starting at 11 a.m., and 10 a.m. once the top-16 rounds begin.
Immigrants, faith leaders, and members of progressive activist groups are to speak at a Keep Families Together rally today at 4 p.m. outside Representative Lee Zeldin’s office in Patchogue.
With the U.S. Open tournament officially starting on Thursday at the Shinnecock Golf Club, the Southampton Town Police Department said they are trying to make improvements to the traffic flow after days of heavy traffic during the practice rounds.
The Montauk Observatory has organized a night of stargazing for the whole family in Bridgehampton.
The Roy Lichtenstein Foundation indicated its intention to dissolve over the next few years with the announcement of major gifts to the Whitney Museum and the Archives of American Art.
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