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Time for the Clam Contest

The Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton, created and granted sole authority over the town by King James II through the Dongan Patent of 1686, will hold the 29th annual Largest Clam Contest on Sunday at noon.

Oct 10, 2019
Hailing Maritime Heritage

Three historical sites in Amagansett will offer special events on Saturday for a formal observance of the hamlet’s maritime heritage.

Oct 10, 2019
Wed at the Trapp Family Lodge

Victoria Haller, the daughter of Dr. Eugene Z. Haller of Budapest and Margaret Wickers of Springs, was married to Phillip Marino on Sept. 13 on the concert meadow at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vt.

Oct 10, 2019
Planning a Montauk Wedding

Todd and Darian Costello of Mon­tauk and West Islip have announced the engagement of their daughter, Carli Victoria Costello, to Brian Francis Allmen­dinger, the son of Brian and Marie Allmendinger of West Islip.

Oct 10, 2019
East Hampton Village’s Fiscal Health Strong

East Hampton Village is in strong fiscal health, according to an annual review from Moody’s Investors Services, which gave the village an Aa1 bond rating, the company’s second highest, and one that is above the median rating for American cities.

Oct 10, 2019
Ject Beauty Bar Gives It a Go

No longer do people — hey, it’s not just women — looking to fight the aging process have to visit the plastic surgeon’s office, book appointments far in advance, or plan a trip into Manhattan. An injectable beauty bar on Bridgehampton’s Main Street saw a steady stream of clients for Botox and medical-grade skin care this summer.

Oct 10, 2019
Shuttle Buses to Run for Commuters

When the Long Island Rail Road shuts down train service between Southampton and Montauk from Oct. 15 to Nov. 10 to replace two trestles in East Hampton, East Hampton Town will provide bus service for commuters, Town Supervisor Peter Von Scoyoc announced on Thursday. 

Oct 7, 2019
East Hampton's Class of '89, Friends Plan Reunion Next Weekend

"Field of Dreams" gave us the enduring phrase "If you build it they will come," Madonna's "Like a Prayer" was on the charts, and everyone was watching "The Wonder Years" on TV. Closer to home, Christopher Sarlo was the principal of East Hampton High School, Aubrey Peterson and Treacy Cotter were the homecoming king and queen, and Eugene Lester and Jeremy Trowbridge were the valedictorian and salutatorian. 

Oct 4, 2019
Orsted Wind Plans Montauk Operations Site

An operations and maintenance facility for the proposed South Fork Wind Farm will be sited adjacent to Inlet Seafood, just inside Montauk Harbor, the wind farm’s developers announced last week. But whether the facility represents a meeting of the minds or merely a business arrangement depends on whom you ask.

Oct 3, 2019
Sailor’s Dreams Sink

Ten minutes after he walked through the door of Ed’s Lobster Bar in Sag Harbor, Matthew Hunt had a job as a server. Next on his to-do list is finding a new place to live — which may or may not turn out to be a new sailboat. It’s a little up in the air right now.

Oct 3, 2019