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OLA Of Eastern Long Island Hires First Development And Outreach Associate

by Olivia Braat
Top Stories - "Itzel has enthusiasm for this work that is centered on a community she cares for deeply," said Minerva Perez, Executive Director.

Westhampton Beach High School Junior Gives Back To Local Community With "Baby It's Cold Outside" Winter Drive

by Julia Braat
Top Stories - "I felt that if they don't have enough money for toys, then they don't have enough for warm clothes either," Grace O'Hare explained.

Hampton Bays School District Honors Local Veteran

by Olivia Braat
Top Stories - "The district is proud to honor Mr. Dacierno for his bravery and service to the United States," said Superintendent of Schools Lars Clemensen.

Hamptons Residents Ready To Takeover Restoration Efforts Of North Sea Beach

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "For generations, North Sea Beach has been a large and stable resource where the community enjoyed access for all manner of recreational activities," a petition states. "Today, the beach is nearly gone."

Former Teacher Brings The Leff Etiquette Edge Children's Workshop To East Hampton

by Richard Lewin
Community News - The children could not have been more enthusiastic about learning and participating in the traditions of proper table manners, table settings and etiquette.

Bridgehampton Half-Marathon To Support Southampton Hospital

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "The Hamptons Marathon is proud to support Southampton Hospital's wellness initiative to encourage people to embrace fitness and a healthy lifestyle," said Hamptons Marathon co-organizers Diane Weinberger and Amanda Moszkowski.

Southampton Hospital Recognized By PRFCT Places For "Green" Landscaping

by Olivia Braat
Top Stories - "The health of Southampton Hospital's staff, volunteers, patients, visitors, and pet therapy dogs is critically important and joining the Perfect Earth Project is another opportunity for us to maintain a healthy environment on our campus," noted Robert Chaloner, Hospital President & CEO.

Biomonitoring (Blood Tests) Finally Approved By State Health Department For Westhampton Residents Affected By Contaminated Well Water

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - In all, more than 100 homes in Suffolk County have been tested for the contaminant.

A Stricter Code Enforcement In Montauk Gives Local Businesses A Boost

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - "We're pleased that the local economy thrived despite negative publicity and a decrease in millennial age visitors from one year to another," Laraine Creegan said.

Montauk Observatory Hosting "Turn Left At Orion" Co-Authors

by Julia Braat
Community News - "Montauk Observatory is honored to host two such distinguished speakers as Brother Guy Consolmagno and Prof. Daniel Davis," shared Donna L. McCormick.

Where To Find Your East End Pot Of Gold: Hamptons And North Fork St. Patrick's Day Parades

by Nicole Barylski
Top Stories - This year's St. Patrick's Day celebrations offer a month's worth of East End shenanigans.

Bideawee Looking For Volunteers For New Foster Program

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "By fostering pets, these volunteers provide the bridge the animals need to get to their forever home. They are saving pets' lives," said Richter.

Bridge Gardens To Host Annual Series Featuring Local Chefs, Farmers, And Beverage Producers

by Sydney A. Braat
Top Stories - "We are so fortunate to have a deep bench to call upon to tell their stories," said Rick Bogusch.

Hampton Bays-Based Library And Non-Profit Organization Team Up For Free Seed Library

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The fact that growing your own food and eating straight from the garden has so many benefits for our physical and emotional well being makes initiating a seed library and teaching people to garden an obvious first choice in creating a cultural shift," shared Marc Fasanella.

East End Organizations To Benefit From Federal Funding That Will Be Used To Combat Domestic Violence

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Particularly in these difficult and divisive times, with an increased demand for services to address sexual assault and domestic violence, funding is critical," said Loretta Davis, Executive Director of The Retreat.

Southampton's Tuckahoe Center: Final Vote Still Not Confirmed

by Eileen Casey
Community News - The proposed 38,000 square foot grocery store as well as a 3,000 square foot bank, and 11,500 square foot retail space, would cover approximately seven acres at the intersection of Magee Street and County Road 39 in the already heavily trafficked route into the Hamptons.

Ann Liguori Wins First Place In Radio Broadcast At 24th Annual International Network Of Golf Awards

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Each year, there are more entries and wonderful shows in the competition and I'm humbled to be singled out," said Ann Liguori.

The Peconic Estuary Awarded $200,000 In Funding

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "With the proposed state funding for the Peconic Estuary, the total funding from federal, state and county sources for 2017 would total about $1 million," said Assemblyman Thiele.

Southampton Hospital Introduces Virtual Translators

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We want every patient to experience the same level of high quality and compassionate care," noted Robert S. Chaloner.

The East End's Sole Domestic Violence Agency Reaching Out To Local Youth During Teen DV Month

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Retreat is celebrating National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, or 'Teen DV Month,' with special events and workshops throughout the East End of Long Island," shared Helen Atkinson-Barnes.

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