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- A 26 year old Riverhead man will be sentenced in Suffolk County court on Tuesday, June 28.
- The Surfrider Foundation's Eastern Long Island Chapter organized East End residents to participate in a national event called "Hands Across the Sand" this past weekend.
by Eileen Casey
- The South Ferry renamed a vessel in honor of Lt. Joseph J. Theinert last Saturday. Theinert, a Shelter Island resident, was a member of the 1st squadron, 71st Cavalry Regiment, part of the 10th Mountain Division, and was killed in Kandahar, Afghanistan on June 4.
- The Greater Westhampton Chamber of Commerce 20th Annual Joe Koziarz 5K Run & Walk will take place on Saturday, July 17.
- A fundraiser for a Montauk Volunteer Firefighter and EMT will be held on Thursday, July 15.
- The East End GreenFest returns to Strawberry Fields Fairgrounds in Mattituck on Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and July 25.
- The Jewish Center of the Hamptons will be hosting an array of events throughout July and August.
- The East Hampton Ladies Village Improvement Society hosts its annual fair on Saturday, July 31.
- Peconic Bay Winery and BIG SUGA Productions announce the NOFO Rock & Folk Fest on Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, August 1 in the open fields of Peconic Bay Winery.
by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
- The Hamptons restaurant community and its patrons, along with the entire Village of Southampton, mourns the loss of an epicurean icon with the passing of Celestino Gambino.
- Southampton Mayor Mark Epley joined Dunkin' Donuts Executive Chairman of the Board and Franchisee owners in celebration of the first Dunkin' Donuts in Southampton.
- The East End Classic Boat Society will be having a Classic Boat Fair on Saturday, July 17.
- Straight Talk: Real People - a series of community conversations that occur once a month at Bridgehampton Child Care Recreational Center continues with Yves Michel.
- Sports broadcaster Ann Liguori will be the featured speaker at the 15th Annual Catch A Star Literary Luncheon on Thursday, July 15 at the Soundview Restaurant in Greenport.
- Between 1967 and 1991 almost half of the Jewish population of the Soviet Union escaped for freedom.
- The Bridgehampton Historical Society's Next "Bridgehampton Memories" oral history interview will occur at Prudential Douglas Elliman offices (with Paul Brennan.
- Suffolk County Police are now offering local teens a "Crash Course in Crash Avoidance," a free, single-day, two-and-a-half-hour course to teach new drivers how to avoid dangerous driving situations.
- Saturday, July 17, will mark the 14th anniversary of the crash of TWA Flight 800. Many of the families who lost loved ones will be coming in from all over the world to make their annual visit to Long Island at the TWA Flight 800 International Memorial at Smith Point County Park.
- Legislator Schneiderman (I-Montauk) reminds residents that summer marks the peak season for a deadly and yet dangerously misunderstood weather phenomena - lightning.
by Frank Lombardi
- The TWA Flight 800 disaster took the lives of 230 people. The plane exploded off of the south shore of Long Island just 13 minutes after taking off from JFK International Airport. Many things have changed during the past 14 years; however, one thing has remained constant.