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INTERVIEW: Actress Gloria Reuben On Her New Role As Waterkeeper Alliance President, Season Two Of Showtime's "City On A Hill," World Water Day, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Many situations that happen in season two could be happening today, even though the series takes place in the early 90s," Reuben told us about "City on a Hill."

Puppy With Congenital Megaesophagus In Need Of Foster Home

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We knew we needed to help little Godiva. We knew that she would require specialists in order to diagnosis her issues and see what could be done - but we were never, ever! going to give up on her," Kate McEntee shared.

Local Students To Take Part In "Shark Tank" Inspired Event

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Chamber Tank is such a timely idea, never too early to start the next generation of entrepreneurial thinking. I am very proud to support this program," said Kelli Lanino.

State-Operated Mass Vaccination Southampton Location To Open On Friday, March 19

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As we continue to see an increasing supply of vaccine, it is paramount that the East End gets its fair share," Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. stated.

Create Your Own At Home Egg Hunt With Children's Museum Of The East End's "Egg-A-Palooza" Kits

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "While this year hasn't been all it's been cracked up to be, we couldn't be more egg-cited about this event," quipped Liz Bard.

INTERVIEW: Genealogist Sarah Gutman On "Kiss Me I'm Irish: How To Research Your Irish Ancestry" And More

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "I started when I was 13-years-old. It was a hidden hobby that I kept from my friends. I haven't stopped since," Gutman told us about her passion for genealogy.

State-Operated Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site To Open In Southampton

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Thanks to increasing vaccine supply from our partners in Washington we can utilize more of our state's capacity to distribute doses, and once they are open, these new sites will allow us to continue to get shots into arms on a large scale," Governor Andrew M. Cuomo said.

Hamptons Community Outreach Spearheading Diaper Drive Spanning Across Several Hamptons Villages

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "For all the low-income parents in our community that work hard to put food on the table - diapers, which is an essential item for a baby's well-being, become a luxury they can't afford," Molin stated. "This is a problem we want to solve."

Pre-Registration Opens For East Hampton Town COVID-19 Vaccine Site

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Pre-registration does not guarantee an appointment but will allow the town to schedule people for vaccine appointments when clinics are scheduled, based on receiving an allotment of vaccine and the eligibility category," the Town advises.

INTERVIEW: Community Horticulture Specialist Roxanne Zimmer On CCE Suffolk's Upcoming Virtual Gardening School

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "[Doug] Tallamy believes by planting the right trees and getting rid of our invasive species that we have in our backyards, we can collectively then start to make our homes much more attuned to the ecosystem that we have here on Long Island," Zimmer told us about the keynote speaker.

Annual Black History Month Celebration To Revisit The History Of Sylvester Manor And Lloyd's Manor

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Lloyd's and Sylvester families were joined by marriage and also connected through the enslaved African family they both kept in bondage," Donnamarie Barnes expressed. "The survival and resilience passed down from Tammero and Oyou to their grandson Jupiter Hamman is truly a story of America's founding."

Sun River Health Teams With Island Harvest Food Bank

by Lee Fryd
Community News - "It's an extra layer of responsibility and an extra layer of pleasure," Joy told us, "knowing I am doing something good for the community and stalling the pandemic at large."

"Downtown Double" Campaign Returns To Support Frontline Workers And Riverhead Small Businesses

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Downtown Double Fundraiser provides the perfect platform for community members to support both our frontline essential workers, and also the business owners that make Downtown Riverhead the great place that it is," Shauger said.

The Sag Harbor Chamber Of Commerce Launches LOVE Sag Harbor Initiative To Uplift Local Businesses And Drive Transparency

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "The LOVE Sag Harbor campaign is a tribute to the strength of our community, the resilience of our small businesses, and gratitude for the support of so many people who truly love our village," said new Sag Harbor Chamber President, Gavin Menu.

New Education Partnership Spearheading Year-Round STEAM Enrichment Program

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "After school STEAM enrichment classes are a fun and creative way for children to experience project-based learning that connects nature observations to the technology tools we use to make our observations better and understand the world around us," said Melanie Meade.

East Hampton Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc Says Town Is "Ready To Administer" COVID-19 Vaccine

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - "I remain optimistic that all of our efforts to put together a dedicated vaccination site will greatly improve our resident's chances for receiving vaccine," Supervisor Van Scoyoc told us.

Hamptons Winter Break Virtual And In Person Camps And Classes

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Looking for an enriching workshop to keep the kids occupied during winter break? There's plenty of East End options.

Local Student Earns First Place At 2021 Code-A-Thon

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "One of the most important things about competing in the Code-A-Thon was that it was not only about coding," Bonnie Michelle Cannon said. "It challenged the students to use critical thinking and come up with Global Solutions."

Celebrate Valentine's Day In Southampton With A Scavenger Hunt And Hike

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Grab your honey and let the Southampton History Museum help you celebrate Valentine's Day," Tom Edmonds encouraged.

INTERVIEW: Marisa Striano On Leaning Into Grief, Embracing Self-Love And Wellness, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Grief is selfish, with no expiration date, and it feels as if you have a giant void inside of you. You need to fill that void with self-love, self-compassion, understanding, and self-awareness," Striano told us.

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