“Coming here is a whole acceptance that this is the end, and the worst-case scenario is when nobody talks to families about these things,” said Mary Crosby of the Kanas Center for Hospice Care.
The new 11,000-square-foot market features a pizza oven, a lobster tank, two kitchens, an expansive display case for prepared foods, a dining area, wire shelving filled with snacks, condiments, and sundries, and a farm stand’s worth of fresh produce.
Frank Newbold, the chairman of the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals, who has said his 15 years on the board provided him with a front-row seat to East Hampton’s evolution, announced his resignation at a Z.B.A. meeting on Friday.
Stuart’s Seafood Market in Amagansett has changed hands only a few times since Stuart Vorpahl Sr. established a fish packing business on the Oak Lane property in the first half of the 20th century, but soon, it will change hands again.
The East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection holds a few local sketches Mary Scott Moran Tassin made, and she clearly had artistic talents.
For the 15th straight year, the local Ecuadorean-American community and Comunidad de Base brought a slice of Ecuador to the Village of East Hampton with their annual Pase del Niño Viajero de San Joaquin celebration.
An application from the Jewish Center of the Hamptons for variances and permission to convert a garage into classrooms and legalize existing accessory structures, including a shed and a tent, was discussed at the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of...
Volunteers for upcoming Maureen’s Haven shelter nights are needed.
A group of Montauk residents who are weary and fed up with the persistent mail and package delivery problems that have plagued the hamlet for two years reached out to Representative Lee Zeldin.
The word came down right after Thanksgiving, and it was a complete surprise to Eddie Downes, a presser who has worked since 1988 at East Hampton Cleaners. The Newtown Lane store is closing and is accepting no more work, effective immediately.
The summer rental of a coveted 613-square foot, one-bedroom, one-bath cottage at East Hampton Village Main Beach will be auctioned to the highest bidder next month.
Kenneth Schwenk and his family seek to develop nine house lots clustered in the southwest corner of the property, which would also contain nearly 27 acres of agricultural reserve.
Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection