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2nd Annual Women's March In Sag Harbor Draws Nearly Double The Supporters

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We were so impressed by the incredible turnout by the local community on Saturday," shared Hope Marxe.

YMCA East Hampton RECenter's Sweetheart Swim-A-Thon To Support Aquatic Education

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's exciting that we provide swim instruction to most of the school districts on the South Fork," shared Tasha Villacis.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Seeking New Pastoral Care Volunteers For No One Dies Alone Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "It is truly a wonderful program—there is nothing like caring for others, no matter what their circumstances might be in life," reflected Mary Hogarty.

Fairy Dell Boardwalk To Be Restored This Year

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It is a wonderful teaching spot, a beautiful area to observe wildlife, and it encompasses a very different habitat from the main sanctuary property," Marisa Nelson explained.

Section 8 Housing Online Only Applications Being Accepted During January: Hamptons Housing Available Too

by Eileen Casey
Community News - All applicants will have to meet the HUD income and eligibility requirements, and pre-applications will be accepted online.

Federal Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit For Plum Island Preservation, A Victory For Conservation Groups

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "We're incredibly pleased with the outcome and look forward to litigating the merits of this matter to ensure that this unique pristine natural environment is properly preserved," said attorney Cameron Tepfer on behalf of Morrison & Foerster LLP, which is representing the plaintiffs.

2nd Annual Women's March Scheduled To Take Place In Sag Harbor

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We're not there to trash anyone, but rather just spread a positive message," Hope Marxe, who is organizing the Sag Harbor march.

South Fork Natural History Museum's Newest Program Focuses On Shark Research And Education

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "Sharks are an important part of Long Island's nearshore ecosystems, and we want to encourage stewardship through the activities of this new program. We are extremely excited to be absorbing this important endeavor," shared Frank Quevedo, Executive Director of the museum.

A Private Co-Working Space And Innovation Lab For East End Entrepreneurs To Launch January 2018

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Having a facility where there's a focus on innovation and collaboration can help inform my perspective on technology, which is a huge part of my job," said Dave Nugent, partner at Omnigon Communications.

Westhampton Free Library Selects Technical Sergeant James Dougherty As December Hometown Hero

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "The Westhampton Free Library is honored to recognize Mr. Dougherty as its December Hometown Hero. Mr. Dougherty is a true American hero and role model," says Library Director Danielle Waskiewicz.

Start 2018 Off On The Right Foot With One Of These Hamptons New Year's Day Hikes

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Is one of your resolutions to get healthier in the New Year?

Peconic Bay Community Preservation Fund Up 2.5 Percent

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "CPF revenues are on pace to exceed $90 million for the year," Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. said.

Two Deceased Marine Mammals Found On Long Island Just Days Apart

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We have seen an unprecedented number of deceased marine animal strandings this year, which now includes 14 large whales," said Atlantic Marine Conservation Society chief scientist Rob DiGiovanni.

Two Hamptons Polar Bear Plunge Fundraisers Taking Place On New Year's Day

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Do you have a long-standing tradition where you start off the New Year by making a mad dash into the Atlantic on the first day of the year?

Local Clean Water Stewards Back First Year Of "Save The Lake - Save The Pond"

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "Septic systems, even when functioning properly, are a major source of nitrogen pollution to our ground and surface waters," says Laura Tooman, President of CCOM.

Mary Lee (The Shark) Hopefully Still Swimming Safely At Sea

by Eileen Casey
Community News - With more than 125,000 Twitter followers, the popular Mary Lee has been a visitor to the eastern seaboard and waters off the Hamptons over many years.

Climate Resilient Farming Grant Program To Award Over $2 Million In Funding In 2018

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "By reducing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing efficiency to promote energy savings, and protecting the health of our natural resources, these projects are valuable additions to New York's efforts to become cleaner, greener and more sustainable for the next generation," explained Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Ronald McDonald House Of Long Island Gets Special Visit From Bowlmor AMF's Pinny

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Bowlmor AMF and Pinny, their charming giant bowling pin mascot, stopped by the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island in New Hyde Park to spread a little holiday cheer by making a special delivery.

Therapy Dogs To Help Alleviate Travel Anxiety At New York-Based Airport

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "In addition to helping reduce the stress of travel, it also benefits our therapy dogs," Alicia Ryan reflected. "They enjoy the attention and affection they receive from their visits."

Hampton Designer Showhouse Bestows Generous Donation To Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Hospital is very lucky to be the beneficiary of this wonderful annual event, and we're excited to see what will be showcased next year," shared Brook Southampton Hospital Chief Administrative Officer Robert S. Chaloner.

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