Daily Grind

First responders will gather in East Hampton Village on Tuesday to remember those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
East Hampton Airport will be the site of an open house Saturday hosted by the East Hampton Aviation Association.
In advance of a Sept. 15 vote, the East Hampton Library will present its 2019 budget to the public Thursday afternoon at 3.
Jack Petscheitis, a 13-year-old karate student at Epic Martial Arts in Sag Harbor who will start eighth grade at the Springs School next week, returns to school after an impressive win this summer.
Harborfest, the annual Sag Harbor block party, kicks off on Friday at 5 p.m. with a cocktail reception sponsored by The Sag Harbor Express at the Breakwater Yacht Club.
"If you’re going to be out drinking, make a plan to get home safely. Officers on the East End D.W.I. Task Force will be out in force to crack down on impaired driving and to protect our roadways from motorists who make the reckless decision to drink or do drugs and get behind the wheel of a car," Timothy D. Sini said.
The Hamptons International Film Festival has announced Alan Alda as this year's Cavett award recipient, and more films to be screened in October.
Baking and produce contests, dog tricks, an egg toss, and a prettiest chicken pageant made for a fun day at the fifth annual Springs Agricultural Fair at Ashawagh Hall on Saturday.
Representative Lee Zeldin announced a $100,000 grant last week to the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society, a non-profit organization of volunteers and biologists dedicated to the conservation of marine life, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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