East End Beacon

Democratic Congressional Hopefuls To Speak

Six Democratic candidates are vying to compete against incumbent Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin for the East End’s First Congressional District race this year, and Progressive East End Reformers, part of the New York Progressive

Some of Southampton Town's historic resources

Southampton Landmarks Maintenance Awards Applications Due Dec. 29

Owners who are having trouble maintaining their historic properties in Southampton Town are being urged by the town to apply for a 2018 Landmarks Maintenance Program Award.   This will be the fifth year of

Riverhead Farmers Market Facebook photo

Riverhead Winter Farmers Market to Reopen Downtown

 The Riverhead Winter Farmers’ Market will re-open this Saturday, Nov. 25, thanks to new sponsorship by the non-profit LI Greenmarket Inc. The indoor Farmers Market will operate on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Southampton, Opioid, forum, task force

Southampton to Hold Forum on Opioid Crisis

In an effort to stop the spread of the deadly opioid drug crisis, the Town of Southampton Opioid Addiction Task Force will hold a public forum on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. at the

Kayaking on Red Creek. Hampton Bays

Southampton Town Named Climate Smart Community

New York State has named Southampton Town a Certified Climate Smart Community, making Southampton the 16th town in the state and the second on Long Island to be given this designation. East Hampton was the

Dendroctonus frontalis, a.k.a. the Southern Pine Beetle

East Hampton Declares Pine Beetle Emergency

East Hampton Town Supervisor Larry Cantwell declared a local State of Emergency for East Hampton Town on Oct. 26, in an effort to combat and manage an outbreak of Southern Pine Beetle infestations in

The Suffolk County Health Department's map of the area in which they're planning to test private wells.

Homeowners South of East Hampton Airport Urged to Have Water Tested

As part of a state-wide survey of facilities that may have used products containing carcinogens found in firefighting foam, non-stick cookware and fabric protectors, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has asked

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Breaking Barriers to Post-Conviction Employment

The Butterfly Effect Project and Riverside Rediscovered are hosting a workshop in Riverside this Thursday, Oct. 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. on helping people with criminal convictions work to clean up their records

Environmental Groups Release Green Guide for East Hampton Candidates

Seventeen independent environmental groups have joined forces to ensure candidates in this fall’s election for East Hampton Town Board and Town Supervisor are educated about environmental issues facing the town. Representatives from the East Hampton

The National Hurricane Center's 5 a.m. Tuesday Forecast Cone for Hurricane José.

East End José-Related Cancellations

Below please find the current cancellations we’ve received due to Hurricane José. To add your cancellation to this list, either enter it in the comment section or email the information to editor@eastendbeacon.com.  • The New

East Hampton & Suffolk ABTFs Weigh In On Charlottesville Violence; Zeldin Backs President’s Assertions

In the wake of Donald Trump’s shocking equivocation Tuesday of hate groups and protesters protesting the hate groups in Charlotesville, Va., the East Hampton Town Anti-Bias Task Force weighed in Wednesday with the following

Celebration of Immigration to be Held August 4

Neighbors in Support of Immigrants will hold their third annual “Celebration of Immigration” at the St Rosalie’s Church Community Center, 31 Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays, on August 4th from 6 to 9 p.m. There is

Mattituck Jr.-Sr. High School

Mattituck All-Class Reunion Planned for July 21, 22

After learning about the success of Greenport School’s All-Class Reunions, a group of dedicated Mattituck High School graduates is working to put together an all-class reunion for Mattituck grads this month. The festivities will kick

East Hampton’s John Little Studio to Open to Public

After an 18-month restoration, the historic barn that once housed the studio of the artist John Little will open to the public on Saturday, July 15 with an exhibition by Sydney Albertini. In 2013

SCWA to Host Sag Harbor Water Forum

The Suffolk County Water Authority will hold the third installment of its public education initiative focusing on groundwater quality and conservation called WaterTalk at the John Jermain Library on Main St. in Sag Harbor

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