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Let the Playoffs Begin!

By Rick Murphy The Riverhead Blue Waves begin their quest for a third straight Suffolk County Championship Saturday when Half Hollow Hills (4-4) comes to town at 1 PM....more>

Volunteers Boost Sandy-Ravaged Dunes

By Emily Toy Although it was over a year ago, much of the Hamptons waterfront is still in recovery following Superstorm Sandy. So with that in mind, last week about 45 volunteers from three organizations all gathered together to complete a re-vegetation of dunes at Tiana Beach in Hampton Bays....more>

Lighthouse Lantern Lifted

By Kitty Merrill The metal structure atop the Cedar Island Lighthouse, aka the lantern, embarked on a voyage last Thursday. The first phase of a total restoration of the lighthouse entailed lifting the lantern with a crane, placing it on a barge and sailing to Long Wharf in Sag Harbor, where the beacon's home took a ride to the Sag Harbor Yacht Yard for evaluation and restoration....more>

Vets' Events

Famed for aphorisms, Jose Narosky wrote, "In war, there are no unwounded soldiers." On November 11, the nation remembers its veterans with solemn ceremonies and parades....more>

Helping - And Thanking - Vets

As Veteran's Day approached this week, Assemblyman Fred Thiele offered an update about the latest initiatives geared towards helping those who served....more>

Vets Display "Visual Valor"

What happens to soldiers after they lay down their weapons and come home? How can they express the panoply of intense experiences and feelings that, for some veterans and sometimes for years, can fester and scar more harshly than any shrapnel wound? Art has long been considered a valuable therapeutic outlet for soldiers....more>
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