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Upcoming Sag Harbor-Based 5K To Support Scholarship In Honor Of Local Fallen US Marine

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "Jordan's Run is a race dedicated to the memory of Lance Corporal Jordan C. Haerter of Sag Harbor," noted Joi Jackson Perle.

Dirty Wastewater Might Equal Clean Cash For East End Homeowners

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - Have you noticed the poor water quality, along with wastewater disposal issues that are affecting the East End?

Soldier Ride Returning To The Hamptons To Support The Wounded Warrior Project

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "We're extremely excited to bring Soldier Ride back to the Hamptons where it all began," said Nick Kraus.

INTERVIEW: Show Manager Brian Ferguson On East Hampton Historical Society's Annual East Hampton Antiques Show

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "It's relaxed, it's casual, it's not stuffy," Ferguson told Hamptons.com. "It's not a typical antiques show."

Children's Museum Of The East End Presenting Animals From A to Z-Themed Family Fair

by Kristen Catalano
Top Stories - "With a theme that resonates with so many kids animals from A to Z this year's Family Fair is going to be a blast," said Steve Long.

Annual Hamptons Festival Highlighting The Best Of Greece

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Adore Greek food, music, dancing and culture? You're not going to want to miss this event.

The Free Ride: James Mirras And Alex Esposito Keep It Free, Friendly And Fortunate For Those Getting Around The Hamptons

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - "It's really become an interesting micro-transit solution in places like San Diego, Santa Monica and West Palm Beach," shared Esposito.

Dr. Paul M. Matthews To Lead "Keeping Your Brain Healthy And Your Memories Alive" At Southampton Hospital

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "I look forward contributing to the public outreach activities of Southampton Hospital by describing recent research defining the ways in which lifestyle and the environment can affect brain health with aging," said Dr. Matthews.

INTERVIEW: Minerva Perez On OLA Of Eastern Long Island And "Caliente"

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It will be the hottest event in the Hamptons because it's Caliente!" shared Perez.

Local Animal Activist To Be Honored At SASF's Annual "Unconditional Love"

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Animal cruelty is something we just cannot accept," stated Sony Schotland.

First Annual Camp SoulGrow Carnival To Offer Pre-Independence Day Excitement For All

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Kids enjoy endless crazy carnival games," shared Andy Madden.

Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk Celebrates Its 38th Anniversary

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Tradition, unity, charity and family fun!" Julie ONeill-Bliss, Sponsorship and Marketing Coordinator of the Shelter Island Run, told Hamptons.com is what made the 38th Annual Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk a tremendous success.

INTERVIEW: Paule Pachter On Long Island Cares And The Inaugural "Caliente" Hamptons Benefit

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Hunger doesn't know any seasons, it's just there," Pachter told Hamptons.com.

Hamptons 4th Of July Fireworks, Festivities, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Independence Day fireworks displays will light up the Hamptons skies from Montauk to Westhampton Beach, and the 4th of July and fireworks fun doesn't end there.

Popular Hamptons Summer Family Fair To Return The Weekend Before 4th Of July

by Kristen Catalano
Community News - "The St. Luke's Summer Fair is the oldest fair in the Hamptons," noted Rev. Denis Brunelle.

Group For The East End Wraps Up Year-Long Native Planting Project In Greenport, Remsenburg, And Southampton

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "Now more than any other time in history, it has become essential to provide our young people with hands-on learning opportunities to experience the world around them," said Brady Wilkins.

Southampton Hospital To Offer Free HIV Testing On National HIV Testing Day

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "About 1 in 7 people in the United States who have HIV don't know they have it," noted Michael Collins, Program Director of the David E. Rogers, MD Center.

Josh Tanner And New York Prime Beef: They Do Have The Beef

by Eileen Casey
Here's Who's Here - "A truly great butcher can tell which piece will break perfectly based on the size and type of cuts we have for an order," noted Tanner.

Southampton Town Starts A Trend On Long Island With The First AGZA Green Zone On The East Coast

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Establishing a Green Zone at the East Quogue Village Green is a starting point to test innovative equipment and techniques that would improve the quality of life for residents in terms of noise and air quality, which is consistent with the action goals of the Towns Sustainability Plan," stated Assemblywoman Christine Scalera.

INTERVIEW: Bill Rodgers On Running Shelter Island, Post Race Traditions, His Journey To The Olympic Team, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I'm really looking forward to it, but I wish just once, I could beat Joan Benoit Samuelson," he said about the Shelter Island 10k/5k Run/Walk.

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