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Coopers Beach Nabs Spot On Another Best Beach List

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "No stranger to the list of top Hamptons beaches, Coopers Beach on the south shore of Long Island offers a wide swath of grainy white sand backed by sand dunes and stately mansions," 10 Best lauds.

The ASBPA Recognizes Sagaponack-Bridgehampton Beaches Among Top Five Beaches In The Nation For The 2018 'Best Restored Beaches'

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "One of the things that is quite interesting is that beaches have been restored for a long time, however, back in the 1970's we kept hearing statements that people did not support beach restoration," Kate Gooderham, Managing Director of ASBPA, explained.

INTERVIEW: Bill Rodgers On The Allure Of Shelter Island, Post-Race Celebrations, Advice For Newbie Runners, And More

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's a kind of race that once you do it, you want to do this race again. It's not an ordinary road race," Rodgers told us.

Southampton Town Announces US Open Road Closures And Parking Restrictions

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Wondering how the US Open is going to impact travel to and from the Hamptons?

Survey Finds The Use Of Plastic Bags Has Decreased In Suffolk County

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "I think it's really encouraging, it not only just worked as a penalty but primarily worked as an educational tool where people had to stop and think, 'This isn't a free item, is it worth the cost not just economically but environmentally as well?'" said Jordan Christensen of CCE.

Hamptons-Based Operation International Aids Over 300 During Successful Medical Mission In Uganda

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "As part of our mission to save as many lives as possible in impoverished countries where people are faced with the lack of quality health services, we performed 72 major complex surgical procedures during 16-hour days on congenital anomalies, severe burn reconstructions, benign and malignant tumors," explained Medhat Allam, MD.

Philanthropist Zita Cobb To Speak In Sag Harbor About The Revitalization Of Fogo Island

by Olivia Rutigliano
Community News - "She brilliantly shows how a community can reinvent itself," said Eric Fischl. "She's also an example of how one philanthropic person working deeply within a community can have tremendous impact."

Hamptons Beach Earns Spot On Dr. Beach's 2018 Top 10 Beaches List

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - The Hamptons favorite moved up a spot.

East Hampton Housing Authority Awarded $7 Million For Amagansett Affordable Housing Project

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The availability of affordable housing opportunities for moderate income and working class residents is in short supply, and the adverse impacts from this shortage of housing opportunities must be addressed," said Assemblyman Thiele.

South Fork Natural History Museum Helps Sponsor The East Hampton Shellfish Education And Enhancement Directive Oyster Garden Party

by Eileen Casey
Community News - Programs support the oyster garden initiative to educate the community about the importance of oysters to our ecosystem and as a sustainable food source

INTERVIEW: Toni Ross On The Continuation Of "Women Artists: Reshaping The Conversation"

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "I have always felt that conversations are different between women when men are not in the room and that there needed to be more places for women to have safe conversations," Ross told us.

INTERVIEW: Sag Harbor Partnership's April Gornik Dishes About The Outpouring Of Support For Sag Harbor Cinema, Upcoming Events, And The Phase 2 Campaign

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "People that I never knew existed are coming forward and helping and that's exhilarating," Gornik told Hamptons.com.

Local Students Holding Charity Car Wash In Support Of Heart Of The Hamptons' Food Pantry

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "In 2018, we have already distributed 25,551 meals," Hilton Crosby noted.

Sag Harbor's 3rd Annual Cultural Heritage Weekend To Revolve Around Diversity, Adversity, And Change

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "We chose the theme because those three words​ - change, diversity and adversity - have been constants in the evolution of Sag Harbor," said Eric Cohen of the John Jermain Memorial Library.

Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation Hosting Second Annual Spring Dog Walk And Community Picnic

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "As the community shelter, we loved to host community events where everyone gets involved! We love giving back to a community who supports us all year long," reflected Christina Vargas.

INTERVIEW: Chip Rae On East Hampton Library's 2018 Tom Twomey Series

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Garden tours are very popular out here," Rae told us about the series' latest addition. "These are little gardens, which I think will be fun. And the nice thing is it's free."

Second Annual East Hampton Spring Street Fair To Take Place Over Mother's Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "It's a true community event to celebrate spring, as well as to showcase our wonderful businesses and organizations," Steve Ringel relayed.

Calling All Artists: The Clamshell Foundation Searching For Works Inspired By The East End To Feature At Sandcastle Contest

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Since 1992 we have worked with artists to create limited edition shirts that embody the spirit of the East End," Kori Peters noted.

Surfrider Foundation Championing A "Strawless Summer" In The Hamptons

by Anastasia Lennon
Community News - "Any time a piece of plastic is in the marine environment, it will break down into smaller pieces and won't ever really dissolve," said Colleen Henn, Clean Water Coordinator at the Surfrider Foundation's Eastern Long Island Chapter.

Hamptons.com Launches A New Live Stream Camera At Iconic The American Hotel In Sag Harbor

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "The American Hotel name dates from 1876. The business effectively devolved into a sleepy small boarding house after 1911," Ted Conklin noted.

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