Edith P. Daniels’s children remember her as a mother and homemaker who believed so strongly that “family is everything” that she found deep contentment in simply gathering with them and their kids at the East Hampton house she lived in for the past 65 years. Mrs. Daniels, who was 86, died at home on Saturday of complications of Parkinson’s disease.
With the passage of its 2019 budget bill, New York State will become the second in the nation to prohibit so-called single-use shopping bags. Southampton Village was the first in the state to do so; East Hampton Village followed in the summer of 2011.
High school students in the throes of their college searches and trying to narrow down their choices will find helpful advice from an expert on such matters on Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the East Hampton Library.
The Friends of the Long Pond Greenbelt are opening this year's Sundays at Two series with Nicole Kinlock, who will be speaking about her research on plant interactions in invaded-plant areas and the natural history of invasive plants.
John (Barley) Dunne, director of the Town of East Hampton’s shellfish hatchery, would like to remind residents that the town’s community oyster garden program is expanding to Napeague Harbor this year and that there is still space for gardeners.