Daily Grind

There's a three-way race for Sag Harbor Village Justice, and two are vying for the the title of mayor.
GeekHampton in Sag Harbor will recycle your e-waste for free between May 13 and 16.
Sixteen police officers who serve East Hampton spent Friday in Nassau County at the funeral for New York City Police Officer Brian Moore, who died two days after he was shot in the head while on duty in Queens.
Two East Hampton High School students took home the top two awards in the Artistic Discovery Contest.
The Springs Fire District board of commissioners will hold a regular meeting on Monday, and the topic of a controversial cellular pole is sure to come up.
Two weeks after a fire damaged part of Rowdy Hall restaurant, and destroyed the J. Crew building next door, the East Hampton Village mainstay re-opened.
Sal Lifrieri, a retired New York City police officer, will lead a presentation for parents on the dangers of social networking at East Hampton High School on Wednesday.
Tour a beautiful garden this weekend.
Josh Lamison, a Bridgehampton High School junior, received a commendation at the Suffolk County Legislature's general meeting late last month in honor of scoring his 1,000th career point during the Bridgehampton Killer Bees' winning season.
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