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To Africa And Afghanistan

Over 150 members of the New York Air National Guard's 106th Rescue Wing based in Westhampton Beach deployed to Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa last week....more>

Local Non-Profits Get A Needed Friend

An organization called All For The East End is forming with the goal of raising hundreds of thousands of dollars that will be earmarked for local not for profit organizations....more>

Sacred Land May Get Stricter Protection

By Emily Toy Members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation met with the Southampton Town Board last Thursday morning to discuss proposed legislation that would offer greater protection of Native American and historic gravesites....more>

Debates On Tap

Local congressional and senate races are heating up, with oodles of opportunities for voters to meet the candidates and watch them debate coming up. The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons invites the community to two events next week to educate voters on the issues....more>

Lobby For HUD Money

A variety of representatives from social advocacy agencies appeared before the East Hampton Town Board last Thursday night, petitioning for a piece of the annual Community Development Block Grant pie....more>

Attempts To Attack Bullying

According to a survey undertaken through the Southampton Youth Bureau's 2011 Teen Assessment Project, 21 percent of the teens questioned reported having been bullied or harassed during the prior year....more>

Shinnecock Bay Restoration Project Moves Forward

Marine scientists and directors from Stony Brook University, state, town and village officials, and environmental advocates gathered last Friday morning for a boat tour on Shinnecock Bay to observe prevailing research efforts and to better understand the current state of the waterway....more>
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