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Scrabble Tournament With A Twist To Support East End Students' North American School Scrabble Championship Trip

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Join us for an afternoon of classic word game fun with a twist--you'll be able to buy a vowel, sneak a peek at a word list or get an expert tip while helping teams from Hampton Bays and East Quogue Schools on their way to the New England School SCRABBLE Championship and North American School SCRABBLE Championship in April," Kathy Hummel relayed.

ARF Medical Director Takes Part In Puerto Rico Spayathon

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Dr. Asaro said The Spayathon "experience was truly rewarding."

The Ellen Hermanson Breast Center At Stony Brook Southampton Hospital To Offer Mammograms On Select Saturdays

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Our goal is to help women in our community get the vital breast care they need," Dr. Edna Kapenhas relayed.

Long Island Winterfest - Round Two

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Long Island Winterfest returns Friday, March 1 to offer another jam-packed weekend of fun throughout the North Fork, South Fork and Riverhead.

Destruction In Cuba Inspires Southampton Woman To Pack A Bag Of Hope

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Even before the tornado, and before the trip I brought two suitcases filled with items we felt the Cuban people could use," Farnam revealed.

Share The Harvest Farm: Sharing And Caring For The East End

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "Last year, we were able to establish steps towards a no-waste food system by partnering with Amagansett Food Institute to freeze excess produce that would otherwise not make it to our neighbors' table," noted Marielle Ingram.

2019 Long Island Winterfest's Opening Weekend Schedule

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Five weeks of winter fun throughout the North Fork, South Fork and Riverhead launches on Friday, February 22 with the return of Long Island Winterfest.

2019 Sag Harbor HarborFrost Schedule Of Events

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - Sag Harbor will showcase a variety of exciting happenings that revolve around fire and ice during the 2019 HarborFrost.

5th Annual Black History Month Celebration To Focus "Hidden In Plain Sight: Facing The Enslaved History Of The East End"

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "By identifying and enumerating them we hope to begin a dialogue and process of understanding about the role Northern Slavery played in our own communities and how diversity has really always been a part of our American story," Donnamarie Barnes reflected.

A Duo Of Extremes - Fire And Ice - Taking Center Stage Once Again During Sag Harbor's HarborFrost

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "The Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce is excited to again be presenting HarborFrost, especially at this time where there is so much change going on in Sag Harbor," Lisa Field said.

Hamptons Town Banning Straws And Polystyrene Take Out Containers

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "This may be a small step but it's a very important step," Councilwoman Julie Lofstad noted.

The Association Of Suffolk County Historical Societies Changes Its Name

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "Our expanded mission will aim to preserve local history, landmarks and historical buildings by supporting coordinating and unifying the historical societies located throughout Long Island" said Dr. Georgette Grier-Key.

Sixty-Something: Being An Extra In An Academy Award Winning Movie

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - I was an extra in an Academy Award-winning movie. The story has a few twists and turns but in the end the movie, won the Academy Award in 1972.

Don't Miss Your Chance At Love During This Hamptons Valentine's Day Themed Event

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "Keeping your pets up to date on vaccines can be costly, so ARF is hoping to help the community by offering these services at a discounted price," Jamie Berger noted.

The Retreat Focuses On Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "One of our primary prevention efforts is to help teens recognize the 'red flags' or warning signs of abuse, which often masquerade as signs of romance," Helen Atkinson-Barnes said.

Sag Harbor's Mojo Is On The Rise

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - In the last few years Sag Harbor has become the "hottest hamlet" in the Hamptons with a vibrant Main Street and is "the place to promenade" late summer afternoons.

Glide For A Cause During Annual Hamptons Skate-A-Thon And Hockey Game

by Nicole Barylski
Community News - "We're so grateful and continue to be amazed year after year!" Brigid Collins and Jim Stewart relayed.

South Fork Natural History Museum To Hold "Long Island's White Shark Research Update" With Greg Metzger

by Sydney A. Braat
Community News - "The 2018 field season found us capturing exciting underwater footage using a 360 camera," said Greg Metzger. "I am thrilled to be able to share some highlights at this event."

Great News! Social Media Is Abuzz With Bald Eagle Sightings All Over Hamptons

by T.J. Clemente
Community News - We asked Dr. Rebecca Grella, an ecologist and an evolutionary biologist, where do the mature bald eagles go in the winter? We were surprised to hear her answer.

Suffolk County Marine Industry Revitalization Advisory Council Public Meetings Announced: Growth Of Marine Sector In The Local Economy To Be Addressed

by Eileen Casey
Community News - "The $1.579 billion economic impact of the marine industry, the 7,000 plus people in marine-related jobs, and our marine workforce development are essential to Suffolk County becoming an attractive location for new business," DuWayne Gregory stated.

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