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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

The Hunting Ground

Civic Groups to Host Screening of “The Hunting Ground” at East Hampton Library

Several South Fork human services agencies will sponsor the screening of the 45-minute, high school edition of “The Hunting Ground” on March 27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the East Hampton Library. A discussion

SCWA To Bring New Water Main to North Haven

The Suffolk County Water Authority announced Thursday that they will soon begin installing 6,520 feet of water main along Long Beach Road in Noyac to greatly improve fire protection and water distribution in the

South Fork Unity Collaborative to Host Grassroots Town Hall

A coalition of South Fork community members and organizations have organized a South Fork Grassroots Town Hall for Unity this Sunday, March 5 at 2 p.m. at the Hampton Bays Senior Center. The event is

The Suffolk County Legislature's committees will meet in Riverhead this coming week.

Suffolk County Legislature to Hold This Week’s Committee Meetings in Riverside

The Suffolk County Legislature will hold this coming week’s committee meetings in the Maxine Postal Legislative Auditorium at the Suffolk County Center in Riverside. The legislature, which usually meets in Hauppauge, despite the fact that Riverhead is

The East Hampton Library

East Hampton Library Launches 2017 Tom Twomey Lecture Series

The East Hampton Library will launch the third annual “Tom Twomey Series” on Wednesday, March 15. This year’s series focuses on topics of great interest to the East End community-—architecture, landscape design, the environment, local

Peconic Land Trust Orient Farm

Tickets Now Available for Peconic Land Trust’s “Long Island Grown IV”

The Peconic Land Trust has announced the kick-off of “Long Island Grown IV,” its annual conversations with local farmers, food and beverage producers and chefs at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton. The series has expanded in

Montauk Highway in Hampton Bays has been in need of repaving for years.

Southampton to Host Presentation on Hampton Bays Business Survey

The public is invited to participate in a meeting to present the results of a recent three-week-long survey posted on the Town of Southampton website to help consultants with the future design of the

A graphical description of saltwater intrusion in the LICAP report.

Water Authority Launches Series of Water Quality Talks

The Suffolk County Water Authority will host the first meeting of a planned ten-year public education initiative focusing on groundwater quality and conservation at the East Hampton Library on Wednesday, Jan. 18. The initiative,

peconic green growth logo

Peconic Green Growth Launches Wastewater Treatment Website

Peconic Green Growth, a non-profit dedicated to sustainable development on the East End, has just launched an informational website with details about enhanced wastewater treatment t for people wishing to upgrade their onsite wastewater treatment systems. The

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