Daily Grind

The preservation of Plum Island is one step closer after a bill to block its sale by the federal government passed the House on Tuesday in a unanimous, bipartisan vote.
The Springs School's first Festival of the Arts drew a large crowd on Saturday afternoon to Ashawagh Hall.
A workshop for parents, educators, and other adults on talking to children about death is planned for 6 p.m. at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor, where two recent deaths affected the school community.
Mary Lee, a 3,500-pound great white shark, may be one of those visitors who enjoys hitting the Hamptons before the summer season ensues.
In an effort to reduce the numbers of mosquitoes and to prevent the spread of the Zika virus, Suffolk County is holding a Zika Action Day.
A contractor has begun work in the municipal parking lot behind Amagansett Main Street on what will one day be the hamlet's long-awaited public bathrooms.
A packed house greeted "Radical Seafaring" at the Parrish Art Museum last weekend.
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