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She'll Come Over To See Rover

Is your pooch feeling poorly? Your cat need a tonic? Dr. Cindy Bressler's your gal. For the last decade, Dr. Bressler's operated a thriving House Call Veterinarian practice, taking care of animals both in The Hamptons and The Big Apple....more>

"Today" Star Helps Animals In Need

Jill Rappaport, star of "Today" and an award winning animal advocate and best selling author, has created and designed her "Rescued Me Collection" to benefit animals in need....more>

Chamber Expo On Tap

With rising healthcare costs and more Americans weary of how their food is being grown, an event this weekend couldn't come at a better time. This Saturday and Sunday the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce will host a Preventive Health and Sustainable Technology Expo in the Hamptons....more>

LVIS Fair Turns 117

Since 1895, the Ladies' Village Improvement Society has been keeping East Hampton beautiful. And this Saturday the 117th annual LVIS fair will take place on the organization's grounds for all members of the community to enjoy....more>

Historic Tourney This Weekend

Anglers and enviros will join together to make history this weekend as Shark's Eye, Montauk's first satellite tag and all-release fishing tournament, hits the high seas....more>

Transform Mess To Meadow

Ira Barocas has been "hectoring" the town for the last four years, he said from the podium. Last Thursday night the East Hampton Town Board held a public hearing on the final draft of the Babe's Lane Preserve Management Plan, a plan Barocas has been "haunting" town officials to adopt, he said....more>

Seeking Signage

When the weather gets hot, "parked cars are deathtraps for dogs," according to the PETA website. On a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to between 100 and 120 degrees in just minutes, and on a 90-degree day, the interior temperature can reach as high as 160 degrees in less than 10 minutes, the website informs....more>

Meeting On Sagaponack Police Set For August

Tiny Sagaponack Village is considering breaking away from the Southampton Town Police Department. The village of about 700, the majority of which are second homeowners, gets a seasonal officer between May and September on the beat, with the larger area patrolled by a car....more>

$1 Million To SBU Grad Arts Program

Southampton resident and Stony Brook Foundation Trustee Dorothy Lichtenstein has made a $1 million gift to Stony Brook Southampton Graduate Arts programs....more>

Student Loan Nightmare As Debt Spirals Out Of Control

It was supposed to be the culmination of the American Dream; every kid could get a college education, no matter how poor. Instead, the student loan program has become a nightmare....more>
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