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Winter Break In The Hamptons: Workshops, Classes And Camps For All Ages

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Is your child dreading being cooped up and stuck inside during winter break? Sign them up for one of these engaging East End workshops.

Southampton Town Earns Highest Rating Issued By Moody's

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The financial good health of the Town is the product of many hands," noted Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

Genealogy Specialist Offering Complimentary Lineage Exploration At Hamptons-Based Library

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "If family historians have hit a brick wall, I work with them to find a solution," noted Su Garrison-Terry.

Local Students Raise Nearly $1,000 For The Island Gift Of Life Foundation

by Olivia Braat
Community News - "Support like this from the community is always moving and what our Foundation is built upon," shared Ken Lewis.

Suffolk County Community College's Dr. Candice Foley Invited To STEM Gender Equality Conference In Berlin

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "It is no secret that women are underrepresented in STEM fields," said Suffolk County Community College President, Dr. Shaun L. McKay.

UPDATED: Skate For A Cause During Buckskill Winter Club's 6th Annual Katy's Courage Fundraiser

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "At this usually quiet time of year, it's nice to have an event that gets participants outside and active," shared Meghan Barnes.

"Share The Love" At Animal Rescue Fund Of The Hamptons This Valentine's Day Weekend

by Julia Braat
Community News - "We feel it is important to offer these low cost services to the community knowing how costly it can be to keep your pets up to date on their vaccines," shared Jamie Berger.

Long Island Regional Seed Consortium Hosting The Ultimate Local Seed Swap

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As a species we have been collecting, saving, and sowing seeds for thousands of years; the stories, the art, and the data depicting our relationship with seeds are abundant, and, like seeds, scattered around the globe," explained Scott Chaskey.

Fight Against Heart Disease By Supporting National Wear Red Day

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - The American Heart Association is uniting with companies, community organizations, families, and friends, to "Go Red" and "Glow Red" on National Wear Red Day.

President Of Montauk-Based Environmental Advocacy Organization Stepping Down

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The environmental threats facing Montauk and the entire Peconic Estuary are complex and require long-term, comprehensive solutions," Jeremy Samuelson explained.

Strength For Life - Fighting Cancer With Exercise

by Olivia Braat
Community News - "The class becomes more that an exercise session the camaraderie and support is unimaginable," Jacqui Errico explained.

Montauk Chamber Of Commerce Continues Targeted Tourism Outreach

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "The targeted visitor campaign achieved 95 percent lodging occupancy in August 2016 and we saw more families and mature travelers than the year before," said Laraine Creegan.

The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Discord!

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "We have learned and know the benefits and adherence to environmentally friendly golf courses, but nonetheless there are restrictions," said Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman.

SAFE In Sag Harbor Hosting Hamptons Family Feud Event

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The event is open to all, we are encouraging parents to attend with their children," noted Michelle Wilks.

East End-Based Assemblyman Opposes New Proposal That Would Expand Ridesharing Services

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The issues regarding ridesharing in a seasonal community such as the East End are very different than the issues faced in Buffalo at the airport," Assemblyman Thiele said.

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. Vehemently Opposes New School Aid Package

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Governor gets a failing grade when it comes to educating our children on eastern Long Island," said Assemblyman Thiele.

East End-Based Wildlife Refuge To Host Annual Winter Illuminated Nighttime Hike

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The 4th Annual Light the Night is a magical winter event and a great way for families to get out and enjoy nature," noted Kimberly Stever.

Hundreds Attend Women's March In Sag Harbor

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "With less than a week of planning, a group of organizers managed to gather close to 500 participants for their 'sister' March in Sag Harbor," shared Hamptons.com Contributing Editor Lisa Tamburini.

New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. Champions Legislation That Supports Women's Reproductive Freedom

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Over and over, we hear politicians arguing about what's best for women, as if it's their decision to make," noted Assemblyman Thiele.

Fighting Chance Launches New Site For Cancer Patients On Their Road To Recovery

by Julia Braat
Community News - On Fighting Chance's 15th anniversary, exciting re-launch of their website features new design and aspects to help cancer patients on the East End of Long Island.

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