Not long after the start of Kait’s Angels’ “Stuff the Trailer” event Thursday night, the pool table at EAsT on Main in Mattituck was overflowing with toys.
The gifts were all donated to help families in need during the holiday season. READ
A community yard sale held each September in Mattituck takes on a greater meaning than the sum of its parts.
The Doorhy family lawn transforms into a hub for treasure hunters. Books, clothing, handmade furniture, and other finds, are donated by dozens of community members and purchased by others. The money raised from the sale totals in the thousands. READ
Six years ago, at only 2 years old, Morgan West was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, an inoperable brainstem tumor. READ
When you suffer a traumatic injury or have a debilitating disorder, so many of the things you might once have taken for granted become too difficult or costly. It’s a predicament the Esposito and Benthal families know all too well.
Four doves were released from a heart-shaped basket Saturday during a memorial service to celebrate Kaitlyn Doorhy’s life.
Kait’s Angels held its second annual poker run fundraiser Sunday afternoon, beginning and ending at Breeze Hill Farm in Peconic. (more…)
William Araneo has recently been appointed branch manager of Bridgehampton National Bank’s Cutchogue branch. READ
The minute June arrives, the days until school ends and summer truly begins happen full-speed ahead. Lots of end-of-year events make this a hectic time, but at the same time, you can feel the anticipation of fun in the sun and surf.
On Thursday, we presented Kait’s Angels with our annual People of the Year award at a ceremony at Martha Clara Vineyards. This is the video we screened during the ceremony and the original announcement from January. READ