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INTERVIEW: David Powers On i-tri's Inaugural Hamptons Ride And Wine

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's a really great program that reaches girls who otherwise might be lost," Powers said about i-tri.

Dreamscape Immersive CEO To Discuss Virtual Reality And Cinematic Experience During Hamptons Lecture

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I have no doubt that growing up in Sag Harbor uniquely equipped me for an unexpected career as a creator of immersive experiences," Bruce Vaughn reflected.

Beloved Annual Hamptons Fall Festival And Chowder Contest Returning For 37th Year

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "People love and line up early for chowder selections from our local restaurants…it seems the clam soup signifies the essence of Montauk for visitors and the community," explained Laraine Creegan.

Second Deceased Whale Washes Up On Hamptons Beach

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "While this is the second large whale stranding in New York, specifically East Hampton, this week, Atlantic Marine Conservation Society has also responded to six other marine animals since last Friday and will conduct a necropsy today on a dolphin as well that washed ashore in East Hampton," Kimberly Durham noted.

East End-Based Animal Shelters Spring Into Action To Assist Hurricane Florence Rescues

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We may be a small shelter but by partnering with other animal welfare organizations we can have a significant impact in ensuring these helpless animals are kept from harm's way," Jerry Rosenthal noted.

Columbus Day Weekend Hamptons "Stroll To The Sea" To Raise Awareness For Local Animal Shelter

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "To see all the former ARFans with their forever families and all the dogs in the community who come out in support of our cause, is truly heartwarming," Jamie Berger reflected.

Deceased Minke Whale Discovered On Indian Wells Beach

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Though a definitive cause of death could not be determined during the necropsy our team conducted for this animal today, samples were taken and sent to a pathologist," Kimberly Durham relayed.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Announces New Chief Nursing Officer

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "She will play an instrumental role in recruiting and training staff, including for The Phillips Family Cancer Center which opens in December," Robert S. Chaloner said.

Sergeant First Class Jay Jinks Fights A Different Battle

by Eileen Casey
Community News - We as a nation demand and expect a great deal from all of our servicemen and women serving in the Armed Forces.

8th Annual San Gennaro Feast Of The Hamptons To Offer Italian Delicacies, Food Eating Contests, A Carnival, Fireworks, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "There are more food vendors then ever!" Rick Martel shared. "It is all coming together as our best year yet!"

Southampton History Museum And Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Partnering For Second Annual Paws On Parade

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's a great opportunity for everyone in the family to participate in a fun community event," Jerry Rosenthal shared.

106th Rescue Wing Member Killed In Action To Be Honored During Inaugural Family Fun Day And BBQ Contest

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "His family, friends, and community miss him terribly, but know that he would want us to celebrate his life and everything he loves!" noted Tara Karen.

Stony Brook Southampton Hospital's Kathleen D. Allen Maternity Center Earns Multiple Accolades

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As the only maternity center on the South Fork of Long Island we average 770 births a year and provide the highest quality medical care," said Fredric I. Weinbaum, MD.

Funding From Suffolk County Water Quality Protection And Restoration Program To Support Local Septic Awareness Outreach Program

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The replacement of outdated and poorly functioning East End septic systems is critical to the future protection of our region's drinking water and the health of our local bays and harbors," Bob DeLuca stressed.

East End Merry Merfolk Invited To Partake In Annual East End Maritime Festival Parade

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "For this year's parade we will focus on raising awareness of the shellfish restoration efforts we are conducting through the Long Island Shellfish Restoration Project," Kimberly Barbour explained.

Late Summer And Fall Hamptons And East End Festivals

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - East End fall festivals offer everything from a maritime celebration to a San Gennaro Feast to an oysterfest, music festival, film festival, and more.

Classic, Vintage, Exotic And Specialty Cars To Be Showcased During Special Hamptons Event

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Owing to our philosophy in developing The Bridge, this is not just another weekend cars and coffee at your local donut shop," noted Jeffrey Einhorn.

Free Hamptons Symposium Focusing On The Future Of Healthcare

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Symposium will be a great opportunity for our citizens to learn about the present and future changes to healthcare services in the greater East Hampton community, since the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital partnership was finalized," Sheila Rogers noted.

Great Peconic Race To Offer Three Course Options

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "More than a race, the Great Peconic paddle is a unifier, bringing together elite athletes and weekend paddlers, all sharing a love of the water," said Fergis Sloan.

The 2018 Sag Harbor HarborFest Schedule

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - The village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor will launch with a Spotlight on Boating & Fishing and Harborfest Kick-off Party.

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