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Sharks Named Princess, April, Resilient And The Beamer

It was fantastic, Carl Darenberg, Montauk Marin Basin's patriarch enthused. Last weekend MMB hosted the historic Shark's Eye catch and release tournament, the first of its kind in Montauk....more>

Southampton Makes Efforts For Environment

By Emily Toy Last week, Southampton Town Councilman Chris Nuzzi proposed a series of alternative energy measures at a town board meeting to encourage homeowners and businesses to pursue the installation of renewable energy systems....more>

Thank Stony Brook Lifesavers

When Lenny Ackerman's wife faced life-threatening heart complications last year, he put her care in the hands of Stony Brook University Heart Institute....more>

Dems Say Dom Filed A False Report

In the largest campaign missile launched so far the East Hampton Democratic Committee Monday filed a formal complaint with the New York State Board of Elections alleging Councilman Dominick Stanzione's reelection committee filed a false campaign finance report....more>

How Sequestration Sucks: Military Techs Furloughed

By Kitty Merrill The current policy of indiscriminate, across-the-board federal spending cuts is hurting America's military, Congressman Tim Bishop said Monday as he stood with military technician members of the 106th Air Rescue Wing who have been forced to take unpaid furloughs as a result of the policy known as sequestration....more>

Growing Healthy Kids

What did your kids have for lunch? A snack shack hot dog, chips and soda? The ubiquitious lunchable? PB&J on white bread with Yodels for dessert? You'll find none of that at the i-Grow Summer Learning program in Springs where last Friday students dined on cold yogurt and cucumber soup, ratatouille, carrot salad with string beans, chicory, rice and beans, garlic bread with herb butter, and baked clams caught locally....more>
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